Robyn Fisher

AIA LEED Green Assoc.

“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.