Beverly Willis: Architect, Women’s Advocate, National Building Museum Founder

Beverly Willis FAIA, born February 17, 1928, an American architect who played a major role in the development of many architectural concepts and practices that influenced the design of cities and buildings, died Sunday morning Oct. 1st, in Branford, Connecticut, due to complications of Parkinson’s disease. Beverly Willis, FAIA (b. 1928) began her career as […]

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