Firm Profile

We are an Architecture and Interior Design firm combining both disciplines to achieve a seamless coherent design. Our practice includes renovation work and new construction, in contemporary as well as traditional contexts. Our respect for the visual richness of traditional design leads us to seek similar effects by reinterpreting rather than reproducing design elements to achieve fresh solutions.

We undertake a wide variety of projects- commercial, residential and hospitality- and offer a full range of architectural services from site selection and pre-design services through

project design and documentation to construction administration and interior design. We approach each project with a sense of proportion that focuses on design and extends to issues of economy and cost-effectiveness.

Our reputation is based on the quality of our work and the high degree of personal service we devote to each project. We are flexible and responsive to our clients, their design objectives, budgets and time schedules. Longstanding relationships with diverse clients attest to our effectiveness.

Patricia Seidman

Before joining David Mullman to form Mullman Seidman Architects, Patricia Seidman headed her own architectural firm specializing in residential and office space planning and design. Prior to that she was Senior Designer and Project Manager at Hobart Betts Associates, Architects. She has extensive city planning and urban design experience, and was an Urban Designer at the Mayor's Office of Lower Manhattan Development. Ms. Seidman is a graduate of the M.I.T. Master of Architecture program.

David Mullman

As a partner in Mullman Seidman Architects, David Mullman has designed and managed numerous office and residential interior renovation projects. Before his partnership with Patricia Seidman, Mr. Mullman was Senior Designer and Project Manager at Beyer Blinder Belle in New York, and Designer and Project Manager at Arrowstreet, Inc. in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His architectural experience includes commercial, residential and large-scale civic and recreation developments. Mr. Mullman is a graduate of the M.I.T. Master of Architecture program.