Interior Design and Architecture
As a graduate from California State University, Northridge, an accredited institute with a B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences, Interior Design, Jeremy David Graef has transformed his passion for art to the creation of livable and functional spaces; from initial development and conceptual ideas to complete and final installations.
Jeremy is innovative, communicative and highly resourceful. His biggest influences stem from famous Architects and Designers including Mies van der Rohe, John Lautner, Le Corbusier and Thornton Ladd.
Through Jeremy's professional background and resources, he has developed a broader sense of design and the ability to conceptualize from beginning to end, while successfully articulating and detailing the design process to Principals, Architects, Contractors and most importantly, Clients.
With a background in Studio Arts, Jeremy quickly turned his eye for design to a more functional form of art > Interior Design and Architecture.
Jeremy is a Los Angeles native and has been exposed to numerous architectural designs, ranging from Art Deco, Modern, Contemporary, Spanish, California Bungalow and Ranch-style homes. Each design element is unique and important to convey a story for the homeowner and the public; and due to the exposure of such fundamentals throughout his life, Jeremy has established an edge on his fellow peers.