Pamela H. Meyer


Principal and co-founder of Meyer Architecture, a full-service architecture and interior design firm, Pamela Meyer brings over thirty years of experience to the firm as a Certified Interior Designer in the state of California. Pamela has been a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers since 1985.  Pamela received a Professional Designation in Interior Design from the UCLA Extension’s Interior and Environmental Design Program in 1981 and passed the NCIDQ exam in 1984. Pamela holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from UCLA.

Having studied psychology and history as an undergraduate student at UCLA, Pamela’s unique approach to interior design is based on her understanding and knowledge of human behavior and historical context.  Her philosophy and inspiration are drawn from her sensibilities to improve people’s lives and well being through their immediate environment.

Considered an expert in the field of corporate space planning, Pamela was responsible for programming and space planning headquarters for clients such as MediCorp, Radnet, Getty Oil Company, Texaco, California Federal Savings and Loan, Wells Fargo, HKM Productions, JMB Properties, Birtcher and WQED West, among others.  Pamela also designed the Museum of African American Art in Los Angeles in 1984.

In the residential market, Pamela has designed numerous interiors for her clients’ homes, getaway properties, estates and historic residences throughout West Los Angeles, Pacific Palisades, Topanga, Malibu and Beverly Hills.  Long-standing clients included Charlton and Lydia Heston.

Pamela’s professional experience began at Nadel Architects where she met Walter in 1979. She went on to work at Swimmer Cole Martinez Curtis, Cannell and Chaffin and Joe Hooper and Associates before forming Meyer Architecture in 1994. Other professional experience includes Interior Designer at Ethan Allen, instructor of Interior Design at Westwood College and Woodbury University.

Pamela’s community service includes serving as a juror for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification, serving as a Select Member on Benjamin Moore’s Design Advisory Council and Dunn Edwards Paints.  Pamela has been a guest lecturer at California State University at Northridge and at the UCLA Extension Program in Interior Architecture.  Pamela represented the American Society of Interior Designers at the Gateway Kiwanis in 1994 and was included in the list of “100 Top Women-Owned Businesses in Los Angeles” in the Los Angeles Business Journal in 2002.  Pamela is currently a member of the Topanga Chamber of Commerce.

The American Society of Interior Designers has been a large part of Pamela’s professional life since college. Pamela is proud to have served as the President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers,  from 2011 – 2012,  President-Elect, 2010 – 2011, Communications Director 2005 – 2006 and a General Board Member in 2004.

Pamela was invited to attend ASID’s National Leadership Conferences in Vancouver, BC in 2005, Washington, D.C. in 2006, and Chicago, Illinois in 2010 and 2011.  Pamela served as the chair of the Environmental Affairs Committee, leading the organization’s events and educational programs in sustainable design in 2004 – 2006.

Pamela’s passion for design and architecture is only exceeded by her devotion to her family which includes two grown daughters, Allison and Kimberly.

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