Andreas Romero


Andreas Romero has been with Davis Square Architects for more than 10 years, actively guiding projects from site selection to ribbon cutting. He has worked on a wide range of projects from subsidized inner-city elderly housing to high-end suburban townhouses.

One focus of Andreas’ work is commercial interiors. He has worked with a variety of clients from non-profits, to investment firms, to café owners, to create functional and beautiful office and commercial spaces that make the most of any space and budget. A personal interest in furniture making and millwork drives him to explore innovative uses of low-cost materials. In addition, he takes the time to come up with well conceived and user-focused work environments.

Before joining Davis Square Architects, Andreas worked for five years in Berlin, Germany, on major historic renovations to a museum complex, an academic laboratory building and apartment buildings.

Yale University School of Architecture
Master of Architecture, 1994

Tufts University
Bachelor of Arts, 1989

Andreas’ recent projects of note

Rule Broadcast Systems Office
Dwelltime Cafe
Offices of the Mexican Consulate

"Architecture doesn't come from theory. You don't think your way through a building."
― Arthur Erickson