AIA, LEED GA | Architect
Beth believes architecture is enriched by time - affected by its inhabitants and environment. For her, the layers of history are what make buildings compelling. While attending the University of Texas School of Architecture, Beth’s studies were heavily influenced by these ideas. She was awarded a travel grant to Spain and Portugal to study the adaption of historic foundations to contemporary needs, and completed an independent study examining the experiential qualities of ruin at the site of Chaco Canyon, in juxtaposition to the oldest occupied settlement in North America, Taos Pueblo.
As a designer, she sees opportunity to provide the framework for change and establish relationships with the site and context. Beth is interested in how we can provide for existing needs and conditions, while allowing for the adaption of spaces by future users. Beth’s professional experience ranges from a 46-story residential tower to a cultural arts district master plan. No matter the scale or project type, the longevity of the building and the flexibility for the user are prime considerations in her approach.
Master of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 2014
Bachelor of Arts, Art History & Economics Double Major, Vanderbilt University, 2008
Registered Architect, State of Colorado
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