Rob romero- principal architect
University of New Mexico - graduated 1989
- Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
- Spanish minor
- North Carolina
Historical Preservation Commission - Wilmington, North Carolina
- Chairman 2015- present
- Member since 2009
NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) - member since 2010
ROMERO ARCHITECTURE HISTORY
Early in Rob Romero's architectural career, he had the fortunate opportunity to work in Antoine Predock's office on a wide range of projects from cutting edge custom residences (Rose House - Dallas), to massive convention centers (Agadir, Morocco) to iconic museums (American Heritage Center and Art Museum) to amusement parks (Disney Mediterranean Hotel in Orlando). Since then, he has worked for several other design-oriented architectural firms until stepping out on his own.
In 2000, he created Romero Architecture in Wilmington, NC and has pursued all scales of projects from retail/commercial architecture to residential and renovation to medical and dental office design.. As with each project, he believes that site analysis is vital and he makes an effort to experience each location as part of his duty as an architect to inform his design intuition.