Pamela Babey – BAMO


Pamela Babey is creating a dreamy Spring vignette for the entry of the show, depicting a garden sunset with cascading blossoms, on a fuchsia silk wallcovering, custom created by de Gournay. Her design will also incorporate a fantastic rococo 18th century Venetian carved giltwood, mirror glass-mounted marquise chair from Carlton Hobbs in New York. In her own words "This chair is utterly frivolous and fantastic, probably in the original fabric and every descriptive adjective made me excited. In addition, it is Venetian, which sealed the deal for me. One can see a chair or two with mirror inlay in the glass museum in Murano, but they are very rare. I can imagine it in my favorite Venetian Palazzo, Ca'Rezzonico."

Pamela Babey, with her signature fiery-red hair, boundless creative energy, and infectious laugh, is considered a visionary in the world of luxury interiors. Interior Design acknowledged her indelible legacy by adding Pamela to its Hall of Fame; she is also a member of Hospitality Design’s Platinum Circle. Pamela earned her architecture degree from U.C. Berkeley and built an impressive resume designing for SOM, James Stewart Polshek & Partners, and the Pfister Partnership. Since cofounding BAMO in 1991, Pamela has traveled the world designing luxurious hotels and residences.
Adept at marrying color and pattern in unexpected ways, Pamela is passionate about sourcing unique pieces made with care. Inspired by a rich community of artisans worldwide, Babey infuses each space with elegance, expression, and enjoyment. Her work has been featured in national and international books, newspapers, and magazines. Pamela’s portfolio includes Four Season Hotels in Milan and Bora Bora, The Grand Hotel a Villa Feltrinelli, a residential compound in Beijing, several homes on The Peak in Hong Kong, and a superyacht built by Benetti.