Bamo: powers out tough stains!
That's probably what you'd expect from BAMO right? But no, it's an acronym for Babey Moulton Jue and Booth and they're an architecture/design firm in
. I've worked with them on various project since their inception in the early 90s and I've mentioned them on Corbu's Cave a number of times. So this post is a bit of a retread because I am bringing up our San Francisco Hong Kong job again. Fortunately I've got new pictures, so good right? I was prompted to revisit the H.K. job because I just noticed an image on the BAMO website I hadn't seen before. I'm including it here along with a few others from my collection never seen before. So there you have it.
|The page from the BAMO site that prompted this post.|
I really like the casual styling of the photo.
Looks like Queen Anne's Lace on the table in lieu of some rare orchid.
How chic! Or is that reverse chic?
|The key for me in designing the painting scheme was getting the ceiling figured out.|
|These are the initial designs for the ceiling medallion.|
|Here's a close and wide view showing the ceiling just after installation of my work.|
|The house looked like this when I left.|
|Another shot of the finished house from BAMO's site. Nice don't you think?|
Use the handy Google search box over there on the right. Enter BAMO or Hong Kong and you'll get more of this wonderful project, a home on the Peak in Hong Kong that I'm so happy to have been a part of. Wouldn't it be nice if we could all meet there for a little soirée?