Bonnie Fisher, Principal of ROMA Design Group, has been involved in projects ranging in scale from the planning of new urban districts to the design and implementation of urban open space, plazas and streetscapes.
Ms. Fisher is a registered landscape architect and a Fellow in the
American Society of Landscape Architects as well as a LEED accredited
professional. She was educated at the University of California and the
Harvard Graduate School of Design and has a Masters of Landscape
Architecture from UC Berkeley and a Bachelor’s of Arts ( Cum Laude) from
Over the past twenty years, Bonnie has played a key role in virtually every project that ROMA has undertaken, from the planning and design of the San Francisco waterfront to the reshaping of Santa Monica’s downtown. She has been the Landscape Principal in charge of numerous public space design projects, including the Martin Luther King National Memorial in Washington DC.
Architect and Urban Designer Boris Dramov is the President of
the interdisciplinary architecture, landscape architecture and
urban design firm ROMA Design Group, headquartered in San
Francisco. Dramov’s distinguished career has been focused on
projects that have allowed him the opportunity to address critical
issues of environmental quality and social equity facing towns,
cities and regions.
Dramov has established ROMA’s reputation for excellence and
innovation in the design of public spaces. He has worked for close to two decades in the Santa Monica Downtown and Civic Center areas, beginning with the design of the Third Street Promenade, which is today one of the most successful pedestrian places in southern California. He also has and continues to play an important role in
the transformation of San Francisco’s urban waterfront, and the creation of the necklace of parks, promenades, plazas, piers and other public spaces that have brought a new identity, recreational activity, transit accessibility and amenity to this part of the city. Dramov led ROMA’s efforts in the design of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial in Washington DC.
Boris Dramov received his undergraduate architectural education at the University of Southern California, where he was named “Most Distinguished Alumnus”. In addition, he has graduate degrees in architecture from Columbia University and Harvard University where he was a Loeb Fellow. Dramov is a Fellow in both the American Institute of Architects and the American Institute of Certified Planners.