About Greenwich Bay Design
Greenwich Bay Design operates on the philosophical approach that architecture requires a creative exploration between dwellings and the landscape they inhabit. As a designer, Pamela Unwin-Barkley believes that good design is born from a true understanding of a client's needs. With each project her goal is the elegant connection between materials, surfaces, light and occupation.
Pamela Unwin-Barkley has over twenty years experience in design and she personally guides every project from the initial consultation through construction to insure that every aspect of a project is carefully coordinated and considered.
Pam received the Helen Fagen Tyler Fellowship and earned a Master of Architecture diploma from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Architecture degree for the University of Kentucky. In addition to teaching design studios at the Rhode Island School of Design for the last ten years, Pam serves as the President of the Warwick Museum of Art and a board member of the Woman’s Development Corporation, which provides affordable housing.