Jasmine Lam Interior Design & Architects is an award-winning interior design and architecture studio based in New York and Miami which focuses on achieving seamless design. Jasmine’s signature style is clean, eclectic and cultured interiors.

The design studio offers a 360 service, from complete gut renovations to honing the design in existing spaces. With a particular focus on private residences, they have completed projects across the globe. Additionally, they produce concept design for residential developers and hospitality owners across the USA and China. Jasmine combines three-dimensional design, finishes and furniture selection and space planning skills with a singular design ability.

A lot of bespoke details go into the studio’s designs, such as furnishings, decorative hardware, accessories and artwork. Jasmine, founder and director of the studio, designs custom made linen and furniture for many of her projects.

Jasmine Lam has been a pioneering figure in the design industry for 23 years, ranging from high-end residences and offices for entertainment industry clients to financial banking clients and global retail store planning. Originally from San Diego and Los Angeles, Jasmine has a BA from UCLA and an MS degree in Interior Design from Pratt Institute.  She has previously worked at Natalie Zimmerman Design Production, Gensler New York and S. Russell Groves. In 2002, Jasmine created her own studio in New York City which enjoys international acclaim.

Jasmine was recently awarded first place for the NY Cottages & Gardens Magazine ‘Innovation in Design’ for the Best Interior Design category 2017 and 2018. This year, Jasmine has been named in the new book ‘Best of Design’, edited by Cindy Allen, the editor in chief of Interior Design Magazine.

Alongside directing her interior design and architecture studio, Jasmine is a member of the MoMA Contemporary Arts Council and Architecture + Design Circle. She is a supporter of education, children’s rights, and sustainable design and environmental charities. Furthermore, she serves on the UCLA Alumni Association Scholarship Committee as an evaluator.

Jasmine is taking part in the internationally celebrated Holiday House NYC 2019, a celebration of interior design in support of breast cancer research. Designing the reception room on the second floor, Jasmine was inspired by a clean, bright palette that is quiet and luxurious. The art lover’s reception has been curated with fine furniture mixed with large-scale paintings and sculptures throughout.