Kraemer Design Group Names New Members


DETROIT — Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group, PLC, an architecture, interior design and creative firm, has hired Drew Melow as an interior designer, Jennifer Elmore as a project architect and Shayla Hall as an office assistant.

Melow, far left, began his career as a graphic designer, but his passion for interior design led him to earn his bachelors of interior architecture from Lawrence Technological University. Utilizing his five years of interior and graphic design experience, he has a background in commercial office interiors and a love for office furniture and furniture systems. In addition to the many KDG downtown Detroit projects he will work on, he is earning his National Council of Interior Design Qualification. Melow also donates his time as the graphics coordinator for the International Designers Coalition for Change, maintaining and designing graphics standards for the organization.

Elmore, center, an architect with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Lawrence Technological University, brings strong analytical and problem solving skills to the KDG team. During her undergraduate years, she gained unique experience as a field inspector of underground utilities and road projects. She also brings 14 years of expertise in additions and remodeling in a wide variety of projects in the metro Detroit area, including education, municipal, retail and senior housing. Additionally, Elmore is a registered architect in both Michigan and Illinois, and a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Hall earned her bachelor’s degree in retail marketing and management from Johnson & Wales University and brings more than nine years of administrative experience to the KDG team.