“The work we do has the potential to impact our community in significant ways. It’s important that we get it right.”
Robyn has worked on a significant number of adaptive reuse projects, and enjoys the challenge of blending the old and new. Fisher was a member of the renovation rehabilitation team that transformed the historic 144-year-old Brennen building on Main Street. The preservation effort focused on creating a new concept of banking and social spaces, including a café and exterior courtyard, while maintaining the original French-Victorian facade. Fisher’s other project experience includes the rehabilitation of the historic Adluh Flour building for commercial use in the Vista, Columbia’s urban arts and entertainment district.
Fisher received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Clemson University and her Masters in Architecture from N.C. State. During her time at Clemson, Fisher spent a semester at the Charles E. Daniel Center for Architecture and Urban Studies in Genoa, Italy. While in graduate school, Fisher participated in a study aboard program at the NC State Prague Institute in Prague, Czech Republic.
Fisher is a member of the American Institute of Architects. She currently serves as Midlands Director of the South Carolina chapter and Past-President of the Greater Columbia chapter. She is licensed as an architect in South Carolina and is a LEED Green Associate.