Pamela Bate


Pamela joined the practice in 1989 and has a particular focus on interiors, brief development and space planning. She has been involved in major projects across the arts, health and education sectors as well as office and commercial sectors.


Pam was a key member on the design teams for Portcullis House in Westminster, and Glyndebourne Opera House in Sussex. She helped create a "hospital that doesn't feel like a hospital" at Evelina Children's Hospital in London, worked on the Wellcome Trust's landmark Headquarters, and refurbished their 1932 Wellcome Collection building with extensive modifications to the interior. 


Pam worked on the Hostry and Refectory at Norwich Cathedral, and a major scheme for Nottingham Trent University which included the redevelopment of two Grade II listed buildings. She also helped to develop the interiors for WWF-UK's Living Planet Centre, UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, and Brent Civic Centre.