Fitler Square Residence & Garden, Philadelphia, PA: View of new side entry garden looking towards the dining room and kitchen additions. The garden was formalized into three distinct tiers that create outdoor rooms for entertaining. Photo: Catherine Tighe.
About the Firm
Boston & New England
New York City & Mid-Atlantic
RobitailleCurtis is a Montreal based Architecture, Urban Design, and Landscape Architecture firm whose multi-disciplinary approach enriches their project’s sense of place and highlights the distinct importance of indoor/outdoor relationships.
Founders, Sophie Robitaille and Andrew Curtis began their professional collaboration in 2002 while working at acclaimed design firms in Philadelphia, PA. They established RobitialleCurtis Inc. in 2013. Sophie leads landscape architecture and urban design projects while Andrew is responsible for architecture projects.
Sophie is a registered Landscape Architect, a member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, the American Society of Landscape Architects, and the Association des Architectes Paysagiste du Quebec. She has led high profile, award-winning projects throughout North America and Europe. Sophie’s portfolio comprises a broad range of landscape architectural projects including public, institutional, residential, and urban design commissions. Her designs are multifaceted; adding vibrancy and beauty to the built landscape, while supporting and enhancing social dynamics and environmental functionality.
Andrew is a registered Architect in the United States, a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has worked on significant building projects in the United States and the United Kingdon. With a background in furniture and the decorative arts, Andrew’s keen attention to detail and craftsmanship are integral to each project. He is a LEED Accredited Professional who has designed LEED Gold Certified buildings; he brings a broad understanding of sustainable design considerations to each project.