Beth Lundell Garver

Beth Lundell Garver is a registered architect and director of the CityLab Intensive program at the Boston Architectural College. She joined the College as Director of Foundation Instruction in Practice in 2014 and has since served as faculty for courses in the Landscape Architecture, Digital Media, and Practice departments. In 2014, she received her Master of Architecture in Urban Design (with distinction) at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Beth received a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Interior Architecture (with distinction) from Auburn University in 2003 where she studied under the late Samuel Mockbee at the Rural Studio. From 2004 to 2012, she worked with Rafael Viñoly Architects in New York and San Francisco leading large institutional laboratory and healthcare projects from design through construction. Beth's research explores design as a social agent cultivated through narrative and domestic space, the public realm, cultural landscape, and geography.