Pal Andras Rutkai is a senior architect specializing in healthcare design.
He participated in the architectural design process of healthcare buildings in Hungary. He gained further expertise and met the latest trends of this field during a year-long post professional healthcare design training in New York City, on a Fulbright Scholarship.


LEED Green Associate certificate
The LEED Green Associate credential designates individuals who have
a documented, up-to-date understanding of the most current
green building principles and practices.

New York School of Interior Design
Master of Professional Studies in Healthcare Interior Design,
(2014 – 2015)
MPS-H is a one-year, post-professional program providing
practicing designers and healthcare professionals with broad
knowledge of current issues, research, and theory in the design of
healthcare architecture and interiors, including a focused studio

Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Master of Science (MSc), Architecture,
(2004 – 2011)


Architect, Founder at Healing Spaces – Healthcare Design Consultancy
(May 2018 – Present)

Senior Architect at ZDA – Zoboki Design and Architecture
(September 2015 – April 2018)

Architectural Advisor at ÁEEK – National Healthcare Services Center
(June 2016 – June 2017)

Architect at Zoboki Demeter & Associates Architects
(May 2010 – September 2014)

Architect at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Bath, United Kingdom
(February 2010 – April 2010)
(June 2008 – September 2008)

Architect at KÖZTI Zrt.
(February 2009 – February 2010)

healthcare facility visits


Gouverneur Health, Lower Manhattan – New York City
New York Presbyterian Hospital, Greenberg Pavilion, 68th Street – New York City
NYU Langone: The Center for Musculoskeletal Care, 38th Street – New York City
NYU Langone: Ronald O. Perelman Center for Emergency Services, 570 First Avenue – New York City
Outpatient and Innovation Center of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, 64th Street – New York City
Harlem Hospital Center, Mural Pavilion, 135th Street – New York City
New York Presbyterian Hospital , Columbia University Medical Center, 168th Street – New York City



Center for Advanced Medicine, Lake Success – New York
MSK Ambulatory Cancer Center, West Harrison – New York
Pocono Medical Center, East Stroudsburg – Pennsylvania
University Medical Center of Princeton, Plainsboro – New Jersey
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore – Maryland
WakeMed Women’s Hospital, Raleigh – North Carolina
WakeMed Raleigh Campus Patient Tower, Raleigh – North Carolina
WakeMed North Healthplex Emergency Department, Greenwille – North Carolina
Emory Healthcare, Atlanta – Georgia
Palomar Medical Center, Escondido – California
Northern Arizona Healthcare, Flagstaff – Arizona
University of Colorado Hospital Leprino Building, Denver – Colorado
University of Colorado Anschutz Children’s Hospital, Denver – Colorado
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago – Illinois
Rush University Orthopedic Ambulatory Building, Chicago – Illinois
West Shore Hospital Pinnacle Health System, Harrisburg – Pennsylvania
Community General Osteopathic Hospital, Harrisburg – Pennsylvania



Krankenhaus Nord, Wien – Austria

Regional Hospital Godstrup, Herning – Denmark
New University Hospital Aarhus, Skejby – Denmark

Erasmus MC – University Medical Centre, Rotterdam – The Netherlands
Reinier de Graaf Gasthuis, Delft – The Netherlands
Jeroen Bosch Hospital, ‘s-Hertogenbosch – The Netherlands



Landesklinikum Baden, Baden – Austria

Erasmus MC – University Medical Centre, Rotterdam – The Netherlands



Ortenau Klinikum Lahr-Ettenheim, Lahr – Germany

Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin – Germany