LECTURE | Early Churches of Mexico: an Architect’s View with Beverley Spears, FAIA
Beverley Spears, FAIA, is an architect and a landscape architect practicing in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
She holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Her firm, which she founded in 1981, was honored as Firm of the Year by AIA New Mexico in 2011. Her firm, Spears Horn Architects, specializes in commercial and residential design, historic preservation, urban design and landscape architecture.
Spears has lectured widely on architectural topics and is the author of Early Churches of Mexico, An Architect’s View as well as American Adobes, both published by the University of New Mexico Press.
Beverley received the New Mexico Architects Medal in 2000 for “contributions that have advanced the profession and the socially responsible role that architecture must perform within our greater society.” She is currently President Elect of AIA Santa Fe.
Dismore - Architecture West Building Room 200
Light Lunch Served.