Ann Beha’s projects expand the design dialogue between tradition and innovation. Marked by strong historical, cultural, and educational content, her planning and design work advocates for innovative contemporary expression, the sustainable renewal of historic resources, and a progressive approach to planning for the arts, the community, and the campus. Clients include the US Department of State, Yale University, and MIT, as well as other leading academic, civic, and cultural organizations.
A graduate of Wellesley College, Ann received a Master of Architecture degree from MIT and was a Loeb Fellow at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She has been a trustee and past president of Historic New England, has served on Visiting Committees at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, was Distinguished Visiting Professor of Architecture at the City College of New York, and is a member of Harvard University’s Design Advisory Panel. In 2018, Ann received the Award of Honor from the Boston Society of Architects, and in 2019, she was the inaugural recipient of the US Department of State’s OBO Industry Advisory Group Honor Award.