Bob Francisco joined Knickerbocker Group after working as a consultant to the company on a large commercial project that spanned over 2 years. Bob graduated from The Art Institute of Atlanta with a degree in interior design. He previously worked in the hospitality design field, specializing in club design. Several of his projects won awards on both a state and national level in competitions with the American Society of Interior Designers.
Bob’s passion and focus at KG is interior architecture and design, with special emphasis on millwork design and functional space planning. Being able to work in such a spectacular area of the country, on projects that reflect a sense of place, provides a great satisfaction for Bob.
In addition to design, Bob’s other pursuit is oil painting. Painting the landscape of Maine is as much a passion as architecture. When not working, Bob is typically found exploring the countryside and coastline, searching for inspiration.
Bob resides in the village of East Boothbay, in an 1862 sea captain’s home, with his two dogs Lily and Bella.
A historic home is laid bare, then given new life through Knickerbocker Group’s meticulous ministrations— Read the ZEST feature with Bob Francisco.
Bob Francisco, featured in Maine Home + Design’s 2020 interior design issue,Casco Bay Calm.