Rob Reuland

Rob Reuland

Brooklyn, NY, US



I've worked in the design industry from a bunch of different angles writing for  architecture publications such as designboom and architect's newspaper, as well as interning at several firms in America and one most recently in Italy.

My major of Architecture Studies in College focused on architecture history and theory and was very writing heavy and it has helped me greatly to communicate about architecture and design effectively. 

I've also gained a further exposure to drafting tools and other essential practical skills, through my various internships and additional summer coursework at Pratt and the Spitzer School of architecture. 

I'm very passionate about the many aspects of the profession from marketing to designing and the various logistical problem solving, and am eagerly looking for any opportunities in the field. 


Designboom, Brooklyn, NY, US, Content Editor

1. Researched, edited and wrote content for a digital architecture, art and technology publication based in Milan Beijing, New York and Tokyo.
2. Attended events, communicating with designers and conducting interviews.
3. Maintained connections with designers and companies on stories, receiving initial information and rights to content as well as following up for future collaboration.

Feb 2018 - Jun 2018

IOSA GHINI ASSOCIATI, Bologna, IT, Architecture Intern

1. Assisted with the design of international projects in Miami and Milan.
2. Conducted research and organized presentations for clients.
3. Translated letters and interviews from Italian to English.

Sep 2017 - Dec 2017

Ernest NY, Importer of European Furniture and Architectural Products, New York, NY, US, Sales/Marketing Intern

1. Project managed and programmed a new company website:, including branding, interface design, and pricing of e-commerce. Communicated with various partners in Europe about their representation.
2. Assisted with advertising strategy for the architecture product sales, creating lead generation through the use of online advertising such as Google Ad Words.
3. Attended events to network and find new leads. Cold called and organized meetings with architecture firms to promote product lines and build working client relations.

Jun 2016 - Sep 2016


Boston University, Boston University, Bachelors, Architectural Studies

I started off at a liberal arts program at Carleton College studying art, math, physics, and other general coursework; later, I went abroad to study in Rome where I took courses on the architecture of ancient Rome, as well as the futurist design/architecture. After taking these courses and several more at Pratt and Spitzer I realizing my desire to peruse architecture, I transferred to BU for its architecture studies program. Here I focused on architecture history and theory.

Dec 2015 - Jun 2017

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