Elizabeth Grewe

Elizabeth Grewe

New York, NY, US



Full time interior designer currently living in New York City with strengths in project management, organization, sourcing FF&E, styling, drafting and presentations. Interest in sustainable designs and fabrications made with vintage, reclaimed and salvaged materials. 


Drake/Anderson, New York, NY, US, Lead Interior Designer

Apr 2016 - current

Thom Filicia Inc., New York, NY, US, Interior Design Project Manager

Commercial and residential interior design. Experience in sourcing, styling, and installing including luxury turnkey and commercial installations; collaborating with architects, custom fabricators, and product designers; CAD drafting; producing shop drawings for custom furniture; managing project budget; ordering and invoicing; publishing branding and style packages; creating book formatted client presentations; maintaining and archiving material libraries.

Jan 2010 - current

MR Architecture + Decor, New York City, Interior Designer

Project manager for a wide range of interior architecture projects, with an emphasis in residential and retail design. Experience in custom furniture and architectural built-ins, sourcing materials, fabrics, artisans per project, ordering and invoicing, styling, installing and construction management. Collaborative with architects, lighting designers, engineers, and consultants for all projects. Strengths in client relations, managing project budget and timeline, CAD drafting, creating book formatted client presentations.

Feb 2013 - Apr 2016

Toby Long Design, San Francisco, CA, US, Design Intern

Prefabricated and panelized residential architecture. Experience in Vectorworks computer programming; client presentations; CAD drafting and modeling; conceptual drawing.

Jul 2008 - Sep 2008

IA Interior Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Design Intern

Commercial interior design. Experience in site surveys; client/contractor meetings; CAD drafting; maintaining materials library.

Jul 2007 - Sep 2007


University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, US, Interior Architecture

Special studies include residential construction, lighting, furniture construction, color theory, minimal dwelling, black and white photography, sculpture and drawing, landscape architecture and art history.

Sep 2005 - Jun 2009

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