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Loeb Fellow Pamela W. Hawkes

Pamela Hawkes is a Principal with Scattergood Design, empowering clients and colleagues to imagine and realize a more harmonious world through design. The newly-formed partnership with husband Scott Teas builds on Pamela’s 26 years as Principal with Ann Beha Architects in Boston. There, she directed award-winning design and planning throughout the U.S. and abroad for clients as diverse as the Liberty Hotel, Boston’s Symphony Hall, the Cambridge Public Library, the National Park Service and the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. She led ABA’s Distinguished Firm in Residence Studio at Roger Williams University, as well as Professional Development courses in historic preservation at the GSD over more than a decade.

In the first half of 2013, Pamela and Scott spent three months in Tanzania working with the American NGO, Africa Schoolhouse. They researched local education and construction methods and met with community leaders to generate a campus master plan and build prototypes for a secondary-level boarding school for 400 girls. This ongoing project, as well as a volunteer stint in Zanzibar designing a gallery for women artists, are recorded in their blog, www.scattergood.me.  Current projects at Scattergood Design include rehabilitating a landmark building in New Britain, CT to provide housing for homeless veterans and strategic interventions at the corporate headquarters of Rambler’s Way, a new sustainable clothing company created by Tom Chappell of Tom’s of Maine.



People: Pamela W. Hawkes

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