Jeffrey’s work includes numerous award-winning residential and commercial projects throughout the Pacific Northwest over the past 34 years, such as the 1Hotel & Residences in Seattle and the Metropolitan Condominium in Portland, Oregon. Formerly a principal w/several NW firms, Lamb is known for his “totality” approach to design.  His project work typically includes complete interior packages, custom furniture design, rug design and custom lighting.  Lamb’s work has been featured in numerous design publications, as well as the Travel Channel and HGTV. Jeff has received both the ION LEWIS traveling fellowship and the MARGO GRANT teaching fellowship from the University of Oregon. Jeff’s Escala Penthouse design in Seattle became the inspiration for the FIFTY SHADES OF GREY book while receiving national acclaim.  

The roster of clients includes, Starwood, Coca-Cola, The New York Times, Scripps Howard, FX, Fox Television, Blackstone Real Estate, LRX Hotels, The Four Seasons, Hoyt Street Property & BDCL and Holiday inn.


Jeff has never stopped his passion for design and collaborating with talented people. He met Alan Chu in 2014 and founded the MYODO Glass product. After several years of research and development, Alan worked to expand his technology into the design world. The aim is to empower designers with visual storytelling by providing the tools for creating beautiful spaces in an accessible, easy format. Creating a local/regional market that is collaborative and people-based at its core. 

The products have already been used in numerous projects in the pacific coast and midwest regions. Projects include Jantzen Beach Hotel, Portland I-5 South Holiday Inn Hotel, LMC Construction, SW Russell Residence, 705 Residence, Maplecrest, Zare Residence, St. Louis Gilula Residence, Vessel Dispensary, CH2M Hill Lobby and Access Office Space etc.