It boils down to this: What story are we trying to tell? And how can our design tell it?
Like many creative types, Gerry Jue’s wheels are constantly in motion. With architecture degrees from U.C. Berkeley and Harvard (Bachelor and Masters respectively), his project approach is temperately methodical while his application of ideas is allowed to remain fluid.
Since cofounding BAMO in 1991, Gerry has designed urbane, quietly sophisticated properties worldwide. In addition to his hospitality and residential commissions, Gerry also leads the firm’s senior living practice and has designed a number of award-winning, ultra-luxury facilities in Japan… think 5-star living through your golden years. Gerry often integrates custom furniture and lighting into his projects and his “Rubix” light fixture is currently available through Boyd Lighting.
Gerry is a member of Hospitality Design’s Platinum Circle and his work has been featured in Interior Design, Hospitality Design, and Town & Country.
Gerry’s portfolio includes Four Seasons Resort Carmelo in Uruguay; Matsuri, a Japanese restaurant in Santiago, Chile; The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Toronto; and gracious senior living facilities in the Tokyo and Kansai areas of Japan. Gerry is currently designing a Colombian resort with historic elements and a hotel on the banks of the Chao Phraya River.