Roberto M. Palmerini, AIA


Co-Founding Principal, ROAM Architecture, PLLC

Born and raised in Westchester County, New York, Roberto earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from New York Institute of Technology in 1995.  Upon graduation, Roberto gained practical work experience at several Hudson Valley architectural firms, giving him an opportunity to develop skills in both commercial and residential project types.  In the spring of 2011, Roberto made the decision to fulfill a life-long dream and establish his own architectural practice.

Prior to establishing ROAM Architecture, PLLC, Roberto has designed and completed projects in both the commercial and residential sectors.  Most notably and recently, he has worked with several high-end residential clients, designing estates in the northern Westchester County area, as well as on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.

Roberto is an architect licensed in the states of New York and Connecticut.



Amy M. Nowak-Palmerini, AIA, LEED AP


Co-Founding Principal, ROAM Architecture, PLLC

After graduating from New Jersey Institute of Technology with her Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Science in Management in 1998, Amy began her career with a small New York City architecture firm, gaining extensive experience in corporate interiors projects.  During that time, she gained valuable knowledge on all aspects of the profession, including project management and building strong client relationships. 

While at two other small architecture firms, one in Rockland County, NY and the other in Bergen County, NJ, Amy continued to develop skills on wide variety of architectural project types including retail, multi-family residential, single family residential, healthcare, and hospitality.  Her attention to detail and diverse background led to the completion of hundreds of successful projects throughout her 20-year career.

Amy is an architect licensed in the states of New York and New Jersey, as well as an active member of the American Institute of Architects.  In addition, in 2009, she became a LEED Accredited Professional, establishing her commitment to sustainable design efforts.