Gerry Jue

Gerry JueGerry Jue is a Founding Principal of BAMO. Gerry has over 28 years of experience in architecture and interior design, and his work has been featured in many publications, including Interior Design, Interiors, Hospitality Design and Town & Country. A native San Franciscan, Gerry knew since high school that he wanted to be an architect and designer, manipulating space, form, color, light and objects in interesting and pleasing ways. Gerry launched his professional career in 1982 upon completion of his graduate studies in architecture. After working in various architectural firms, including Bull Field Volkmann and Stockwell, Gerry joined The Pfister Partnership. He became a Senior Associate of the firm and was the lead designer for a number of high-end commercial and hospitality commissions. In 1991 Gerry co-founded BAMO with Pfister colleagues Pamela Babey, David Moulton and Michael Booth. His responsibilities as a Principal at BAMO include both design leadership and project management on a wide variety of projects. With luxury hospitality, residential and senior living projects spanning the globe, Gerry has worked with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Capella Hotels and Resorts, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Concorde Hotels & Resorts, Exclusive Resorts, Mesa Development, Half Century More and others.

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Gerry Jue