Phil Chen, AIA
Principal, Ann Beha Architects
Ann Beha Architects, Boston
As a Principal at Ann Beha Architects, Philip Chen’s innovative design for new and historic structures, his project leadership, and his expertise in sustainability and technical innovation have brought distinction and honors to his civic, academic and cultural clients throughout the United States. Based in Boston, ABA provides dynamic planning and design for arts, education, and the civic realms, focusing on the intersection of heritage and contemporary design. Philip Chen has led planning and design for ABA’s most prestigious clients, and his projects have received awards and recognition from the Society for College and University Planning, the Boston Society of Architects and local historic commissions.
Philip Chen holds a Master of Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University. He has been a Guest Critic at Northeastern University, the University of Houston, and Tulane University, has led lectures for the American Institute of Architects’ Philadelphia Chapter, the Society for College and University Planning, and the New England Museum Association, and was recognized as an Emerging Leader in the Boston Business Journal.