JAMES VAN SWEDEN

​Pamela  collaborated with this noted landscape architect on many projects.   

Singers and bands, even a belly dancer, sometimes performed in the area bounded by the low walls in the distance.  

SOLAR

HOUSE

on the Chesapeake Bay

GARAGE

also storage with view of the bay

OBERLIN COLLEGE SNACK BAR

Town gown friction and  violence was common in the old snack bar ... a sea of tables bounded by grey vinyl walls. Violence ceased after the cheerful remodeling, with new niches, benches, colors.

WATERFRONT

COMPOUND

Clients eventually sold it...in just three days. 

A SOLAR

DEVELOPMENT

with varied house styles & Julia Child inspired kitchens.

Pam remodeled this Virginia townhouse, making the most of the view.

POOLHOUSE

with solar panels

MRS. STEPHEN DECATUR'S HOME

This beautiful historic home, shown on the cover of the book, was renovated, with elevator,  for a young family. 

Students and faculty started holding seminars in the  corner rooms.

COTTINGHAM FARM

"We love your house!"  yell passing boaters. Pamela created  a 75' long gallery with Palladian central element.

The woman who hired Marc Chagall, also hired Pamela for a project upstairs in this Georgetown home.


Pam's remodeled  guest house is  just beyond the pool. The pool was heated with a solar thermal system.