| Born 1960, Ontario
Beverly Horii is a Toronto-based architect, and the managing director and principal at IA Interior Architects in Toronto. Horii holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, and worked on a number of prominent corporate renovation projects, as well as designs for the National Association of Japanese Canadians, Toronto Chapter, and the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, in the 1980s and early 1990s. She went on to work on projects for the Royal Ontario Museum, Levi Strauss, Metro Toronto, the Ontario Science Centre, and York University. Before joining Interior Architects, she was the owner of her own firm, M chi squared Interior Design, and had previously worked for HOK Advance Strategies and as the director of Interior Design at B+H Architects. In her current role, she specializes in interior office design, to help design workplaces that use their space in a way that supports their core values.