A Solid Art & Design Background Makes For A Strong Project Manager.
Cynthia Peralta knew from a young age that she wanted to be a designer. With a great interest in art and with the help of her junior high school art teacher, she was accepted in to the arts program at the esteemed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York City. There she was able to immerse herself in many art forms such as oil painting, pottery, photography, fashion, architecture, interior design to name a very few.
Cynthia was accepted into the Interior Design Program on the spot during her interview and portfolio review at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Her studies taught her about methods of construction, spatial planning, NYC building codes, interior lighting, and graphic design. She became fluent with AutoCAD, along with many other aspects of interior design. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in 2005 and shortly thereafter began working with Claus F. Rademacher.
Cynthia is a Project Manager assisting and managing a plethora of projects from high-end residential full-gut demolition renovations and alterations to commercial, office, and retail projects. In more recent years she has developed with in-house interior design services for some of the firm’s projects in order to achieve a cohesive approach to the design process.