At Courtney Harper & Partners, we are passionate about pursuits that fuel our creative spirit. We engage in community-driven projects that allow us to think outside of architecture’s typical bounds. And we embrace personal interests that inspire our professional endeavors. Ours is a culture that encourages both teamwork and individual growth, inside the office and out.
Each December, the CH&P team takes part in the Gingerbread Build-Off in downtown Houston. Competing teams are charged with building masterpieces made of 100% edible materials.
In 2012, CH&P captured the award for best Non-Traditionally Themed Structure.
The CH&P team was awarded Most Creative Interpretation of Materials in 2011.
CH&P’s edible San Jacinto Monument was recognized as Tallest Standing Structure in 2010.
When not in the architecture studio, Courtney Harper is a student at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston Glassell Studio School. Her paintings have been featured in three juried exhibits, including an AIA Houston showing.