Ann Beha leads an architectural firm with a national practice designing for institutions, civic, and private clients, in the arts, academic, and cultural fields. The firms work includes projects for the New England Conservatory of Music, the University of Chicago, the Cambridge Public Library, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Cornell University. The firm is nationally recognized as a trailblazer in introducing contemporary design within historic settings, balancing stewardship with innovation. Architect Magazine has ranked AnnBeha Architects one of the “Top Five” design practices in the United States.
Some projects in 2012 include the new Exhibition and Education Building at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont; the new center for Economics at the University of Chicago; two new buildings (student residence and a new academic building) for the New England Conservatory in Boston; and the Cornell Law School Expansion.
Ann Beha, FAIA served as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Design at the City College of New York in 2012.