Jeremy Bauer and Jason Clifton joined forces in 2005, adopting the name Bauer/Clifton Interiors in 2006. As a team, they offer overlapping and complementary interior architecture and design skills, along with decades of experience, to provide clients with a holistic and thorough approach to the process of transforming their environment.
Bauer and Clifton work with clients to create a master plan for beautiful, functional spaces, which may be approached at once or in phases. They understand the unique needs of residential, commercial and hospitality clients, as demonstrated in their portfolio. With Projects to date in Alaska, across the Pacific Northwest, and on to Palm Springs, BCI continues to grow and expand their business throughout the nation. The pair loves to take on a great challenge and is enthusiastic to see what adventures and journeys each new project will lead them on.
With additional design and support staff, as well as strong partnerships, BCI seamlessly manages projects from inception to completion. Services include design, product sourcing, project management and more, providing clients with their dream space without the stress. BCI offers an experience and final product unmatched in Juneau or the state of Alaska. With a combined love for design, landscaping, and florals, Jason and Jeremy have expanded their design firm with Frenchie's Floral Studio. Located in the historic Flats District, Frenchie's serves as the freshest neighborhood flower shop with seasonal blooms sourced directly from farms in the Pacific Northwest.
When Jeremy and Jason are not designing or building floral arrangements, you may find them enjoying the great outdoors of Alaska with two French Bulldogs Gracie and Georgie.
Jeremy has always taken a liking to architecture and landscaping. Born a Midwest farm boy, Jeremy and his grandfather renovated a 19th century post and beam barn, saving it from destruction in the mid-80s. From this moment... on, his fate was sealed. When not working on the farm, Jeremy spent his time drawing houses. After receiving degrees in Architecture and Architectural Engineering, with concentrations in Art, Landscaping, and City Planning, Jeremy moved to Alaska to begin his first career in design. Drawing inspiration from his roots, Jeremy's first project was a remote Alaska post and beam cabin, and over time, his focus would skew toward interiors, though he maintains a passion and talent for landscape design. When Jeremy walks into a home, he understands its structure and absorbs its history, allowing him to see what it's meant to become. A true lover of the natural world, Jeremy explores what Alaska has to offer in camping and traveling, never knowing where he will find inspiration for his next project.
Jason's lifelong interest in design was sparked the very moment he scribbled atop his first drafting table at the age of nine. His unwavering interest lead him to study Interior Design at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. With a... degree in one hand and an adventurous and entrepreneurial spirit in the other, Jason then set sights on Juneau, Alaska and has not looked back since. Jason finds continual inspiration from Alaska's natural landscape on hikes, camping trips, and other worldly destinations with his partner, John. Using this inspiration, he centers focus around recognizing clients' unique desires while strategically elevating spaces to balance comfort and style. Jason currently serves as National Vice President of the Interior Design Society, where he enjoys connecting with designers from all over the country and supporting growth, community, and innovation in the industry.
From tall skyscrapers to snow-covered mountains, Jennifer found her way to Juneau from Kansas City by way of Chicago. Her passion for art and design led her to take art classes at the Kansas City Art Institute, then studying at... the School of Architecture at the Art Institute of Chicago. She joined Bauer Clifton in 2015, eager for adventure and an opportunity to grow as a designer. She is dedicated to enhancing the beauty of Juneau and developing designs that create unforgettable impressions.
Sydney found her way to Juneau after attending the University of Oregon, studying Philosophy and Greek. She fell in love with Juneau and the amazing community that inhabits this beautiful pocket of Southeast Alaska. Growing up... in Louisiana with architect and interior designer parents, Sydney has always had a passion for the industry and possesses a nuanced eye for design. But it’s her background in management and accounting that brings her to Bauer Clifton Interiors, where she applies her technical expertise to support the operations of the firm. In her off-time, you’ll likely find her studying for her next Sommelier test or hiking Juneau’s miles of trails with her dog, Yoshi.
Jacob's passion for design was ignited in early childhood, learning the fundamentals of space and shelter from toys, video games and time spent inhabiting and analyzing spaces. During early high school he decided to pursue a career in architecture and design. After graduating...from high school, Jacob attended Indiana State University, enrolling in the Interior Architecture and Design program. During his junior year of college, he ventured to Scottsdale, Arizona, for a summer internship working on high-end residential design. Seeking a new adventure, Jacob took his experience and education to Juneau, Alaska, where he can apply his knowledge and passion in his new community.
The newest and studliest member of the Frenchie team, Georgie, joins Bauer Clifton from Palm Springs. His days are filled with lounging and playing, as well as greeting clients, contractors and delivery people. The team... appreciates visitors’ patience as he learns office etiquette.
The grand dame has been part of the team since its start. This French Bulldog enjoys the finer things in life, from top-quality furnishings to her vast array of floral accessories and choice treats. She has lived up to her name... by allowing a new and sometimes rowdy dog into the fray, forming the canine George and Gracie show.