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S U M M A R Y Enthusiastic in nature. Industrious by discipline. Inventive through imagination. Focused on the ultimate outcome. No excuses. Fusing approachability with expertise to create dynamic stratiegies for interiors, C O N T A C graphics, brands, and apparel. Bringing an innate eye and unbridled innovation to design.

E D U C A T I O N

E X P E R T I S E

C O N T A C T

B.S. INTERIOR DESIGN

AUTOCAD

HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY High Point, NC 2013-2017

WWW. HAN NAH G RAU . C O M

FOCUS IN

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REVIT

ENTREPRENEURSHIP GRAPHIC DESIGN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATE IN

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LINKEDIN.COM/IN/HANNAHGRAU

502 472 8828

RHINO

PRODUCT, LIGHTING & ARCHITECTURE

SKETCHUP

LORENZO DE MEDICI Florence, Italy 2016 GOVERNOR’S SCHOLAR IN

ARCHITECTURE

BELLARMINE UNIVERSITY Louisville, KY 2012

ILLUSTRATOR

E X P E R I E N C E PHOTOSHOP

HEAD DESIGNER F O RT U NA E NT E R P R I S E S | 2 0 1 7

Lead and manage interior designs, architectural works, branding, and graphics wholistically for restaurants and cafes across the country. Implementing schemes and idetities into each project so that it may become a staple in its residing area. Designing for not only the client, but for the customer, the staff, and for the envinronment. I NTERIOR DESIGN ASSOCIATE A G E L O F F & A S S O C IAT E S | 2 0 1 6 Collaborated on interior designs for multi-million dollar homes & apartments in New York City & the Hamptons. Responsible for custom design, luxury fabrics, furniture, lighting, & wall coverings. Rendered & drafted 2D & 3D interiors as well as drew architectural plans & elevations. DESIGN COORDINATOR 2013 - 2015

H O O K E R F U R N IT U R E |

Head of design center for High Point International Furniture Market. Strong interpersonal skills with clients and designers from around the world. Coordinated furniture and fabric solutions for residential projects in Dubai, Guatemala, China, and in thirty plus states. M E R C H A N D I S E R C A LV I N K L E I N & T O M MY H I L F I E G E R |

2015

Maximized and oversaw the visual display of merchandise for Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfieger’s new release of packaging. Ensured organization, brand representation, and consumer efficiency through way-finding.


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HYALUS HOUSE

MARCELO

SPLIT - LEVEL

FORTUNA

RESIDENTIAL SUSTAINABILITY REVIT

EXHIBIT SKETCHUP PRO PODIUM

EXHIBIT SKETCHUP PRO PODIUM

RESTAURANT SKETCHUP PRO PODIUM

A single-family home utilizing solely passive strategies to maximize its built environment while minimizing its impact on the natural environment. Employing seven design strategies as well as reusing material from the previous building, making it eco-friendly just by choice of material and taking advantage of Earth's renewable resources.

An exhibit for the extremely talented, Brazilian graphic designer, Marcelo Monreal. Inspired by his late mother’s theory that everyone’s insides consists of delicate flowers, Monreal creates iconic images revealing the human anatomy.

A split level home fostering therapy in numerous fields to assist guests with everything from art therapy, thermal therapy, luminaire therapy, while also providing them with resources for the ultimate escape and relief from the outside world.

Professional work in collaboration with Fortuna Enterprises, retrofitting a restaurant to serve coffee, pizza, and bagels all behind a single store front with elements and design pulled from the owners Indian influence with an industrial twist. Designed from concept to complettion with the responsibility of speciifi cations, architectural plans, and nn

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CAFE TABLE SKETCHUP PRO AUTOCAD

CHAIR / STAND SKETCHUP PRO AUTOCAD

LUMINAIRE SCULPTING AUTOCAD

This revolutionized light takes the iconized lamp silhouette and marries it with state-of-the-art LED light panels to create the future of luminaires while attributing to the classics of the most recognized table light source.

A small, glass cafe (coffee) table designed for production for a glass factory outside of Florence, Italy. Grau utilizes the same shape cut 20 times, and layers them in a pattern of black and transparent to give the look of 20 pieces of glass vertically standing isolated, 10 mm apart from each other.

Stare is a modular unit created from 10 cardboard boxes found on the street. Three of the boxes were repurposed to become open vessels to hold a tunneling effect that would be cut and created from the remainder of the boxes. Stare takes on the role of a chair as it is a regulated seat height perfect for lounging while still offering a place to set things, and when flipped, takes on the role as night stand and three units of storage.

A luminaire created from gesso (drywall), water, and gauze. Taking the mold from a Italian man's body by laying gauze along the side of his torso and adhering it in layers with the gesso and water mixture. Then repeated on an Italian woman's torso. The two halves make an androgynous whole as light leaks and seeps through the cracks and imperfections of the two bodies.


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HYALUS HOUSE S U STAI NAB I LITY F L O R E N C E, I T A L Y | 2 0 1 7 revit, autocad, illustrator

Off the high way, and a block from the train station sits a small bike shop on the Arno River. Retrofitted, salvaged, and repurposed, this old sales parlor upgrades to a modern, residence that only benefits the environment, the community, and the existing structure. A single-family home utilizing solely passive strategies to maximize its built environment while minimizing its impact on the natural environment. Employing seven design strategies as well as reusing material from the previous building, making it eco-friendly just by choice of material and taking advantage of Earth's renewable resources.


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MASS

SOLAR GREENHOUSE

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GLAZING

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VEGETABLE

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HYALUS HOUSE S U STAI NAB I LITY F L O R E N C E, I T A L Y | 2 0 1 7 revit, autocad, illustrator

An exhibit for the extremely talented, Brazilian graphic designer, Marcelo Monreal. Inspired by his late mothers theory that everyones insides consists of delicate flowers, Monreal creates iconic images revealing the human anatomy. “This whole story began soon after my mother died. When I was a kid, I was with my mother in the garden of our house in São Paulo. She was taking care of flowers and I was playing superhero. She told me to not run hard, not to fall and nothurt myself because she knew I bruised easily. I asked her what we were made of inside and she told me that we were made of flowers.” Monreal creates images of celebrities, models, and friends that expose their flowers beneath their exterior appearance. Utilizing the exhibition principles of isolation, articulation, and not articulation, a symphony of Monreal's pieces become experiential for the first time in "Marcelo Monreal".


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DESIGN CO M V H I G H P O I NT U N IV E R S ITY | 2 0 1 6 revit, autocad, illustrator

A split level home fostering therapy in numerous fields. The tri-level home assists guests with everything from art therapy, thermal therapy, luminaire therapy, while also providing them with resources for the ultimate escape and relief from the out side world. With the provided shell and building envelope given, the interior developed when adding even more additon al levels through the installation of two lofts. Sculptural in nature, the concept and employment of the split-level home inspires and replenishes.


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LOFT 7' - 4 7/8" BEDROOM LOFT 4' - 8" MAIN LEVEL 0' - 0"

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ROOF BEARING 10' - 0"

T.O. JOIST BEARING -0' - 10 3/4"

LOFT 7' - 4 7/8" BEDROOM LOFT 4' - 8" MAIN LEVEL 0' - 0" T.O. UPPER LOWER LEVEL FOOTING -4' - 0" -5' - 0"

T.O. LOWER BASEMENT FOOTING -13' - 0" -14' - 0"

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7' - 8 3/32" 12' - 3 3/8" 8' - 1 17/32"

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12' - 4 1/4"

7' - 3 29/32"

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C O F F E E , P I Z Z A, B A G E L S P R O FE S S I O N A L FORTUNA ENTERPRISE | 2 0 1 7 sketchup pro, podium, autocad

Gutted space with the vision to become a coffee, pizza, and bagel shop in North Carolina. With the owner’s roots in India, Safron plays a large part in the design concept, as well as merging these three food groups together in one seamless, efficient kitchen and dining. Responsible for architectural plans, codes, occupancies, fire saftey, drafting, and rendering. The project will be completed in two months with all equipment, fixed furnitrue and lighting installed and used.


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ACRYLIC LED PANELS


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