About Peter C. Kurth

As President and Principal of The Peter C. Kurth Office of Architecture and Planning, PC, AIA, Peter C. Kurth draws on nearly 40 years of professional experience to create exquisite designs for residential and commercial projects. Based in Mount Kisco, New York, Peter C. Kurth focuses on all aspects of the architecture profession in order to deliver innovative yet timeless design results that best suit his clients. Dedicated to exploring program and concept, Peter C. Kurth leverages his understanding of thoroughly conceived design and his attention to detail in order to add value for his clients, both to their lifestyles and to the site itself.

Whether embarking on residential or commercial projects, Peter C. Kurth is committed to managing projects from concept to completion, consulting with his talented and highly trained staff throughout the process in a truly collaborative effort. Currently, Peter C. Kurth’s staff of five includes carefully selected Project Managers and a skilled Architectural team. Primarily known for his residential designs, which have received media attention from The New York Times, Design Time Magazine, and the Westchester County Business Journal, Peter C. Kurth has also completed several successful commercial and landscaping projects in recent years. Although the firm can only build a small percentage of its designs, many clients prefer that Peter C. Kurth and his staff personally handle the entire building process for both cost efficiency and quality control.

Known for his ability to create architectural designs for unusual and challenging sites, Peter C. Kurth balances nature and structure while ensuring that the design reflects his clients’ lifestyles or professional needs. A graduate of the Pratt Institute, where he received his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1972, Peter C. Kurth attended the Graduate School of Urban Design at the University of Pennsylvania. Licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, Peter C. Kurth is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Society of American Registered Architects.