Architect Jeffrey Beers dies at 67

Jeffrey Beers International founder and CEO Jeffrey Beers has died at age 67 after a battle with cancer. 

Speaking on behalf of the studio, newly appointed partners Tim Rooney, Nora Liu-Kanter and Michael Pandolfi said that their priority would be supporting both the Beers family and the JBI team. “We ask for your understanding, patience, and privacy as we work through this period of grief and transition.”

Jeffrey Beers

Beers died on Monday, March 18, with his wife, Connie, and his two sons, Justin and Oliver, at his side. Details about his memorial and ways you can honor his legacy will be available in the coming days.

The JBI team released a statement commemorating the company’s founder. “Jeffrey's impact on our studio, the architectural industry, the hospitality design industry and countless communities around the world is immeasurable. His unwavering dedication to excellence, innovation and integrity has shaped JBI into the renowned firm it is today. His creative genius and compassionate leadership have inspired all who had the privilege of working with him.”