Trudy Dujardin, FASID, LEED AP+ID+C, is internationally known for her passion for eco-elegant ™ design, as well as sophisticated, award–winning interiors. She balances her graceful approach to Gently Green™ design with a deep respect for Historic Preservation, honoring the surrounding landscape, and dedication to abundant comfort. Beyond her commitment to making each and every home unique to her clients is her ability to make the entire process enjoyable. Clients call Trudy the “funmaker!”
Based on her belief that “A Healthy Home is the Ultimate Luxury, TM” she is a LEED Accredited Professional with a specialty in Interior Design and Construction, reflecting her thorough understanding of green building practices and principles. Trudy’s comprehensive credentials were earned through formal education, solid training in the field, and years of experience, enabling her to seamlessly work with architects, contractors and craftsmen. A common language of the industry and her professional stature makes her a welcome partner in defining a home’s structure, function, and quality. In 2015, Trudy was inducted into the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) College of Fellows, the highest distinction the Society can bestow.
She was a co-founder of the Architect’s Summit on Sustainable Design for the Design Futures Council (DFC), helping to forge the Nantucket Principles, guidelines that stand today as a framework for sustainable built environments. As an adjunct professor at Fairfield University in Connecticut, she taught the university’s first semester-length course on Sustainable interior Design. She is the author of Comfort Zone: Creating the Eco-Elegant Interior. Her portfolio of work is defined by her lifelong dedication to creating beautiful interiors, always guided by her clients’ very personal lifestyles.