The "Rain Man" of Space Planning/Programming and Project Management for Corporate Interiors, Richard Rudman is considered a "Rainmaker" for the many in the New York City Corporate Real Estate community who call on him for his specialized talents.
Richard Rudman founded Rudman Design, LLC after garnering more than 30 years experience in interior design. He has solved many a plan that most clients and brokers would have walked away from and loves the challenge of the irregular shaped space.
Rich has worked extensively on both sides of the corporate real estate world: as building architect in multiple NYC buildings and as client representative; which has led to his great success in the Project Management arena.
Prior to creating Rudman Design, LLC, Rich Rudman was Executive Vice President of DPM Architecture, NYC and managed key accounts and a significant portion of DPM's portfolio.
One of the founders of a large NYC design/build firm, as Director of Architecture, Rich oversaw large-scale projects for Chubb & Son, Rothschild, Inc, Pace University, The Hertz Corporation and Weight Watchers, Intl, Corporate Headquarters.
Other projects of interest include Karl Lagerfeld and Krizia Showrooms and New York Society of Security Analysts, among others.
Invited to apply for the Rome Prize in Architecture, Rich co-designed multiple Progressive Architecture award-winning projects including the San Antonio Botanical Gardens and has worked with internationally prominent designers and architects including Stanley Tigerman, Tom Beeby and Emilio Ambasz.
An avid sports fan, Rich Rudman lives with his author/artist wife and 5 dogs in New Jersey.
New York, NY, US