Eduard Krakhmalnikov is a Project Analyst at Biederman Redevelopment Ventures in the New York City office. Eduard has worked at various scales from international projects with the National Trust of England on a 16th century estate to helping local communities prepare for a billion dollar transit oriented development project. He is the recipient of several prestigious awards including the Inaugural Sally Boasberg Founder’s Fellowship at The Cultural Landscape Foundation and the Damaris Horan Prize Fellowship in Landscape History with the Royal Oak Foundation. He is one of the few landscape oriented young professionals selected to participate in the US Chapter of the International Council on Monuments and Sites’ International Exchange Program during which he trained at the Conservation Unit of the Galway County Council in Ireland.
Mr. Krakhmalnikov takes pride in focused observation of the interaction between people and place. He enjoys thoughtful research and developing cost-effective, site appropriate strategies.
Mr. Krakhmalnikov holds masters degrees in both Heritage Conservation and Preservation and Landscape Architecture from the University of Minnesota’s College of Design. His Heritage Conservation and Preservation thesis was featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine.