Beth Mosenthal was trained first as a fine arts/art history major and English minor at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and later earned a master’s degree in Architecture from Syracuse University in both New York and London. She is passionate about creating architectural design that bridges art, urbanism, storytelling, and sustainability.
An AIA and LEED AP BD+C, Mosenthal is currently a licensed architect with the Denver-based architecture firm AndersonMasonDale. Prior to relocating to Denver, she practiced architecture in Shanghai, New York, the Hamptons, and Chicago. She is also a contributing writer to the AIA Colorado Emerging Professional’s Blog as well as a News Editor of the Young Architect’s Forum Connection Magazine. She also writes a column for Colorado Real Estate Journal’s Building Dialogue magazine.
She is a licensed architect, writer, editor, artist, blogger, tactical urbanist, coffee connoisseur, and outdoor enthusiast living and working in Denver … while always planning her next trip for cultural and design inspiration (last year was Japan, the year before, Peru).
As an architect working on many scales and with a wide range of corporate and nonprofit clients, Mosenthal creates buildings that respond to both context and culture in a manner that layers storytelling with highly-functional, experiential, and technologically immersive/integrated environments.
As an avid design researcher interested in the urban scale and the balance of globalization with local authenticity and regionalism, she is currently working on tactical urban design strategies that might help redefine the interstitial/potential “public spaces” in our cities. She is interested in conveying the experience of a young architectural design professional with a belief in the power of multidisciplinary thinking to a like-minded community of designers trying to navigate the everchanging landscape of the profession.
All sessions by Beth Mosenthal
What’s Next for Denver: Harnessing the Power of Our Built Environment
Equity by Design:Why We Need to Represent the Demographics We Serve
2501 Blake Street
Denver, CO 80205