Ann Beha Architects is engaged in both contemporary design and in the preservation and adaptive re-use of landmark buildings. Their particular focus is on the role of architecture in sensitive and complex historic settings.
Based in Boston and practicing nationally, ABA has led planning and design projects for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; New Britain Museum of American Art in Connecticut; Currier Museum of Art in New Hampshire; Portland Art Museum in Oregon; Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in Florida; National Women’s Hall of Fame in New York; and the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in California.
ABA’s museum projects have been nationally published and honored, with awards from the American Institute of Architects and its Chapters, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and preservation and design groups throughout the country. ABA was named one of the “Top Five” 2011 practices in the United States by ARCHITECT Magazine, cited for their accomplishments, expertise and leadership in design sustainability and practice.