Sarah Pillsbury Harkness
As an architect, Sarah Pillsbury Harkness valued accessible
design and sustainable practices. She co-founded The
Architects Collaborative, an architectural firm in Cambridge,
MA, known for its modernist designs. Sally coordinated with the
other woman in the firm to share childcare responsibilities to
ensure each could carry out her professional duties.
John "Chip" Cheesman Harkness https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_C._Harkness
Connection to Lexington:
Lived here at Six Moon Hill
Sustainable Design for Two Maine Islands, The Architects Collaborative Encyclopedia of Architecture co-edited The Architects Collaborative Inc., 1945 to 1965 with Walter Gropius.
Cambridge School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, which was affiliated with Smith College)- masters
Bates College- DFA https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_School_of_Architecture_and_Landscape_Architecture
Link to page in Notable American Women:
Inclusion in the Lexington
Historical Society Exhibit?
Principal Designer of the Olin Arts Center and Ladd Library at Bates College in Lewiston, ME
Anita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Art School Addition at the Worcester Art Museum in Worcester, Massachusetts
C. Thurston Chase Learning Center of the Eaglebrook School in Deerfield, Massachusetts
Co-Partner-in-Charge of Six Moon Hill Lexington, Massachusetts
Partner-in-Charge of Independent Study Unit (Carrel) for the Bedford Middle School in Mount Kisco, New York