Beverly Choe is a licensed architect with more than 20 years of experience in the profession. Prior to establishing her own practice in 2004, she worked at architectural firms in New York City, Berlin, Germany, and San Francisco. While employed by Paulett Taggart Architects, she was project architect for La Cocina Kitchen and Housing (SF AIA Merit Award) and Orfalea Family Center. She was also team captain for Plaza Apartments in San Francisco (National AIA Honor Award, Home of the Year Award from Architecture Magazine, LEED Silver Certificate). She has expertise in residential and educational facilities.
Beverly received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and a Master in Architecture and Urban Design from Harvard University. She is a currently a lecturer at Stanford University's Architectural Design Program, teaching studios that focus on design, transparent structures, and light/color. She has served as a guest juror at California College of the Arts, Academy of Art University, San Francisco Institute of Art, and University of San Francisco.