Joe Rom R.A.
Joe Rom is a founding Principal of Studio RAD.
Joe Rom, RA, NCARB, has extensive international experience in residential, commercial and cultural projects. As a Senior Associate at Studio Daniel Libeskind in New York City, Joe was involved in numerous projects that have moved from design to documentation to construction, managing the architectural teams, coordinating with consultants and giving presentations to clients. Some of these projects include the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, opened in 2008, and high-rise residential towers in Warsaw, Poland and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
At the Suk Design Group in New York, he worked on cultural and residential construction, including the renovation and expansion of the historic Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
He received his B.S. Architecture from the University of Michigan in 1997 and his Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan in 1999. Joe is a licensed architect.
Joy Cardillo is a founding Principal of Studio RAD.
Joy received her bachelors of Architecture in 2000 from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art .
As a Project Architect at Glen and Company in New York City, Joy worked with renowned chefs, restaurateurs and hoteliers to create high profile restaurants and hotels including Del Posto, Riingo, Washington Park and The Flatotel. Joy also gained experience working on a range of retail, office and residential projects with a focus on interior design and architecture from the initial design phase through project management.
At Studio Daniel Libeskind, Joy worked on cultural and high end residential projects. In 2007, Joy worked on location in Asia doing local design coordination for a Multi Media Building for the City University of Hong Kong.
As a Freelance Consultant Joy worked with Engineers and Restoration Contractors to restore and repair some of the great buildings of New York City including The New York Public Library, The Museum of Natural History and the Guggenheim Museum.
In 2007 Joy began studying fashion at the Fashion Institute of Technology with a focus on design and pattern-making.
Joy worked in the fashion industry in various capacities from design to pattern making to product development.
As as a new resident of Marquette, Joy still designs and makes clothing when she is not enjoying riding the bike paths and learning the names of the local wildflowers with her children, Claire and George.