Interior architecture is like solving an elegant three dimensional puzzle, and a well-conceived space sets the groundwork for a timeless interior.
World travel started early for Dorothy Greene. South Africa and Scotland provided wondrous childhood backdrops before Dorothy and her family returned to their hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. Introduced to design through her grandmother, Dorothy went on to pursue a degree in architecture from Tulane.
Dorothy moved to San Francisco after graduation. The Pfister Partnership provided her with an introduction to both interior design and BAMO’s four co-founders. It was never Dorothy’s intent to pursue interiors but, once in the field, she fell in love with the intimate scale, shaping of space, and attention to detail. She spent two more years honing her skills with Robert Fear and Holly Hulburd before joining BAMO in 1993. In 2007, she became a Principal of the firm
Respected for her leadership and design skills, interior architectural planning, design, and detailing are Dorothy’s forte. Her work has been featured in several issues of Interior Design magazine.
Dorothy’s portfolio includes Han Yue Lou Plaza, Solis Nanjing; The Peninsula Chicago; a house on Hong Kong’s Peak; and luxury senior living facilities in Japan. Current projects include a luxury resort in Sao Paulo and amenity spaces for three commercial towers in and around Seattle.