If you were to ask them who they are, BAMO, a San Francisco based interior design studio, this is what they’d reply:
“When it comes to interiors, everything you see, we design. From furniture selection and design to full architectural interiors, we’ll make it look and feel gorgeous.
Custom designed pieces are our specialty. Whether it is furniture, textiles, carpet, or lighting, our custom design work not only ensures that the piece perfectly fits the space, but also our client’s personality.
We start by listening and asking questions. We’re eager to understand our client’s needs and desires. Because we believe creative collaboration results in a finished whole that is richer and more rewarding than its component parts, we build strong bonds with the entire team.
The process is soup to nuts: concept design to design control and everything in between. With a talented team from multiple disciplines working in harmony, all of the elements – layouts, details, finishes, furniture, and accessories – come together beautifully. The completion of documentation, in some ways, is just the beginning. Skillful Design Control ensures that the vision actually comes to light.”
Regarding the new Four Seasons Chao Phraya Estate, you need to know that the master planners and architects for the entire project, Andy Miller and Richard Scott, who head Hamilton’s International after spending most of their careers under Sir Norman Foster, have broken new ground with their floor plate design, consisting of three interlocking squares and effectively turning each of the 73-storey tower’s 300 residences into corner units, thus giving them almost double the view planes afforded by conventional condominium designs.
Miller was the project lead on the HSBC’s iconic Hong Kong headquarters, while Scott was the lead on the design of Hong Kong International Airport. Interior design is led by Gerry Jue, principal of BAMO, based in San Francisco, the man responsible for some of the most loved Four Seasons hotel interiors created in recent years.
Country Group Development’s Head of Sales for the Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok, Ms Kitima Kritiyachotipakorn, added the following remarks:
“It’s very exciting to be launching a project with this kind of pedigree and truly unique, never to be repeated location in a market like Hong Kong, which we expect to be one of the places of strongest interest in the Four Seasons Private Residences,” she said.
“It’s an iconic project in many ways, not least being at once the world’s biggest Four Seasons private residence development, and also the only waterfront Four Seasons Private Residences in Asia.”
Chao Phraya Estate is due for completion at the end of 2018. The Four Seasons Residential Sales Gallery is situated on the development site at Soi Charoen Krung, 64 Charoen Krung Road, Yannawa Sathorn.
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