The 18th century Belvedere The University of Pennsylvania Historic Preservation program’s three week Site Management, Interpretation and Conservation Praxis in May-June has been situated at Powderham Castle, ancestral home of the Earl of Devon on the south coast of England.  With Penn colleagues Laura Keim and Randall Mason, Pamela helped 10 first-year grad students document… Read more »

Garth Rockcastle, Doug Reed, Rob Rogers and Ann Beha discuss their approaches to design in historic settings with moderator Winka Dubbeldam, Chair of the Architecture Department at Penn Design (left to right). Courtesy of PennDesign. Over 170 people registered for the Design + Heritage Symposium co-sponsored by the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation at PennDesign… Read more »

The Richmond Station, located along the Delaware River north of center city Philadelphia, was designed by architect John T. Windrim and engineer W.E. R. Elgin. The mammoth classical revival structure came into service in 1925. Its vaulted, clear span Turbine Hall, measuring 315 feet x 123 feet by an average of 125 feet high, has… Read more »

Maine Home + Design has featured our design philosophy and work in their January 2016 issue. You can read more here: http://mainehomedesign.com/aia-design-theory/inspiration-abstraction-connection/

The Waterville Opera House, built in 1900 as an integral part of City Hall, brought world-renowned vaudeville performers to the city and surrounding communities. After World War II, its splendor dimmed as it was converted to a movie theater, but by the 1970’s, community theatricals once more brought life to the stage. In 2007, the… Read more »

We are delighted to share the news that renovation and expansion of the Cambridge Public Library in Massachusetts by William Rawn Associates and Ann Beha Architects has received one of just seven national Honor Awards for Architecture from the American Institute for Architects. While Principal at ABA, Pamela had the pleasure of guiding work on… Read more »