MichiganCRE Detroit’s Kraemer Design Group promotes three April 16, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Detroit-based architecture and interior design firm Kraemer Design Group, PLC has promoted Amanda Kight, Martin Olivier and Laura Shadik to project architects following their successful completion of the architect licensure exam. Kight attended Lawrence Technological University and earned a Master of Architecture in 2013. She joined KDG in 2014 and brought with her experience in multifamily and senior living projects. During her time at KDG, Kight has worked on several historic projects, including The Albert – Capitol Park, Capitol Park Lofts, 207 E. Baltimore and 1413 Woodward. She also is currently working on 1400 Woodward. Olivier is originally from New Orleans and earned his Master of Architecture degree from Louisiana State University in 2013. Since moving to Detroit, Olivier has amassed more than three years of residential, industrial and commercial architecture experience and is particularly interested in multifamily residential design and the rehabilitation of historic buildings. His recent projects include the David Stott Building and the Farwell Building, both currently in progress, as well as several Homewood Suites facilities around the country and Aloft South Bend. While earning her Master of Architecture degree from University of Detroit Mercy, Shadik had the unique experience of studying abroad in Volterra, Italy, exploring the area’s historic architecture and gathering inspiration for future projects. She began at KDG in 2017 and brought experiences from a variety of project types including healthcare, senior living, multifamily residential and commercial developments.