11 Facts About Ann Beha


Ann Beha is founder and partner of Ann Beha Architects in Boston, Massachusetts.


Ann Macy Beha was born on June 26,1950, in New York City.


Ann Beha graduated from Wellesley College in 1972 and earned a Master of Architecture Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1975.


Ann Beha Architects is located in Boston and works nationally and internationally on buildings of historic significance and designs new buildings for cultural academic and civic clients.


Ann Beha Architects was selected by the US Department of State for the major rehabilitation of Walter Gropius' Chancery and the US Embassy in Athens campus as part of its Excellence in Diplomatic Facilities program, and for the US Embassy in Manila, Master Plan, with Ann Beha as Design Principal.


Ann Beha received the 25th anniversary award from the Massachusetts Historical Commission and the lifetime Achievement Award from the Victorian Society in America, New England Chapter and the 2004 Women in Design Award of Excellence from the Boston Society of Architects.


Ann Beha received the Alumnae Achievement Award from Wellesley College and in 2018, the Award of Honor from the Boston Society of Architects, and the inaugural honor award from the US State Department, OBO Industry Advisory Group.


Ann Beha has lectured at the Society for College and University Planning, Columbia University, Middlebury College, the Art Institute of Chicago, AIA Wisconsin, MIT, Roger Williams University and the Harvard Graduate School of Design.


Ann Beha was a trustee and past president of Historic New England, served on visiting committees at the Museum of Fine Arts, and was distinguished visiting professor of architecture at the City College of New York.


Ann Beha is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and was Distinguished Visiting Professor of Architecture at City College of New New York.


In 2018 Ann Beha was published in the "Safe" issue of Architecture Boston In the Realm of the Unknown.