DUMBO, Brooklyn 2013. Photo by Maysn McReynolds

Nomad Studio is the head of an international network of professionals working together to achieve unique solutions for Landscape Architecture Projects.


Our commitment extends beyond the design to encompass the people who will interact with the project and the context in which it will be implemented. Each project demands a unique approach and is considered from a multi-faceted perspective, balancing social and environmental parameters, aesthetics, innovation and economic realities.
We tailor each project with a team specifically designed for it. This allows Nomad Studio the ability to maintain the flexibility, motivation, awareness, and diversity to face each project.
Nomad Studio’s founders possess an uncommon breadth and depth of skills that they apply to every project. Each commission balances both the macro-scale - the holistic vision and approach to the project, while at the same time maintaining focus of the micro - materiality, ornamentation, and pattern as expressed through custom furniture, lighting, paving, and other details that provide each project its own unique identity.

Nomad Studio was established circa 2009. Currently is based out of New York City. 

Nomad Studio Landscape Architecture PLLC is CLARB Certified: We are registered in: LA, TX, NY


William Roberts.

Co-founder + Design Director

William is a Registered Landscape Architect and a Urban Designer, founder and co-director of Nomad Studio, where his dedication to detail and quality enriches each project within the office. William’s expertise spans a large spectrum of the profession ranging from corporate campuses, resorts, retail centers, urban parks and plazas to product design.                                                                                                                                               

After receiving a BLA from Louisiana State University Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, William spent six years of professional experience with Mesa Design Group in Dallas, Texas and Mesa U&LA in Madrid, Spain. During William’s initial 4 years at Mesa, he served as project designer on numerous international large scale projects taking them from Conceptual Design through Detail Resolution and into Construction Observation. William continued his experience at the Mesa U&LA Office in Madrid, Spain for 2 additional years managing as Associate-in-Charge of Design, Project Management and Construction Documentation for the office.  In 2009 William co-founded Nomad Studio and has spent the following 4 years focusing his attention towards and dissecting the diverse dimensions of the landscape and their weight within the built environment. He is constantly exploring and fine tuning techniques for sustainable landscapes, experimenting with autochthonous plants and the use of both salvaged and local materials in the realization of landscape projects.


                                                                                                                                                       

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Laura Santín.

Co-founder + Planning Director

Laura is an Agricultural Engineer and Landscape Architect, founder and director of Nomad Studio. Laura’s experience and expertise encompasses a broad range of the profession from horticulture, rural/sustainable development, recreational trail networks, urban parks and plazas, residential gardens, to the social and environmental implications of the built environment.  Prior to founding Nomad Studio, Laura spent the majority of her career as a freelance professional throughout Spain. During her fourteen years of experience, she has been involved in an assortment of large and small scale projects that utilize her talents to Organize, Manage and Lead design projects from the Conceptual Design Phase through Construction Observation.
                                                                                                                                                    

Since starting Nomad Studio, Laura has devoted herself to understand in depth the root causes of the disconnection between human beings and natural systems. She believes this emancipation is linked to the foundations that support our current lifestyle and is convinced that, Landscape Planning can be the catalyst that reconnects mankind to its territory.