Pamela Macior, CPBD, AIBD, NCBDC Certified has been synonymous with the design of luxury buildings,  interiors, kitchens, baths, lighting and detailing for over 25 years. Her firm is recognized for its diverse portfolio of projects that span a wide range of periods and styles. Her design always reflects the needs, wants, and lifestyles desired by her diverse clientele. 

She is known for her vast experience and knowledge of the complexities of design and construction.  Even with Pamela's extensive training, knowledge, experience, and professional certification, she is unpretentious, approachable, and loves, welcomes, and seeks collaboration with the entire team. During each phase of the project, Pamela offers prudent educated advice as a consideration, not as a command. She balances her creativity with sound guidance based on her grasp of construction and design. 

She is as comfortable on a job site as she is in the design studio. Makes no difference to her if she is drawing plans and details, in a showroom with a client or walking a job site with a contractor or subcontractor. 

Design is an individualized visual expression that evolves during the course of each project,  Pam is there for her Clients and the entire team through the entire process. 

She explains what keeps her enticed in this brisk career, "It is fascinating to me that each of us reacts differently to similar stimuli and I love figuring out my client's perspective and their way of being in the world. I am, also, in constant awe of the skill and knowledge of the tradesmen on each project." 

In addition to being an interior designer, kitchen & bath designer, furniture designer, and lighting designer, and educator Pamela has the proud distinction of being designated a CPBD, AIBD after passing the rigorous exam on the first try. "The Certified Professional Building Designer® (CPBD™) certification is a benchmark certification that defines your competence as a professional building designer who has the ability to visualize space – form scale and balance, but also structural design, building code requirements and building science and has the requisite knowledge to apply learned skills relevant to the industry." National Council of Building Design Certification  "Why hire a certified designer?" Home page. Page one.