Pamela Wackett




BA Architecture,
Universidad Nacional Andres Bello, Santiago, Chile

Pamela’s experience spans over two decades and includes the design and delivery of some of KPF’s most iconic projects in Europe, South America, and Asia. In every project, she seeks design solutions that create a dialogue between the building’s form, façade, and plan.

Pamela leads high-rise, residential, mixed-use, and transportation projects with technical proficiency, setting high standards for quality and exceeding the requirements of her clients. She constantly explores opportunities for innovation in technology, construction, and sustainability.

Her detailed solutions fulfill design intent, whilst maximizing efficiency and market viability. For Shenzhen Center, Pamela led the design development with particular emphasis on the façades. She also led the development of Zayed International Airport Terminal A, optimizing the design process by applying systems and creating responsive solutions for the architectural components.

Pamela’s projects address local needs and the potential of every site to positively impact the city. This approach and her expertise in community-focused residential design have been particularly valuable in achieving planning permissions in historically sensitive parts of Central London, where developments are designed to resonate with the quality and history of the area.

Within KPF, Pamela shares her expertise on high-end residential and assisted living with peers through the firm’s Residential Architecture Group and supports emerging talent through its Mentoring Committee. A Registered Architect in Chile, Pamela is fluent in English and Spanish.