David Fowler received his Bachelors of Science degree in Architecture (1989) and his Masters of Architecture degree (1993) from Clemson University in South Carolina. At the Daniel Center in Genoa, Italy, during graduate school, he studied Modern European and Classical Architecture and has continued to travel Europe extensively studying many different styles of European Architecture over the past 20+ years.
In the fall of 1993, David moved to Denver, CO to work on a graphic architectural novel with award winning professor of architecture Douglas Darden. Relocating in 1995 to Washington, D.C., David continued his professional internship acquiring a wide variety of architectural experience over the next 5 years. This consisted of Large Retail, Corporate Law Offices, Court Houses, Boutique Retail, Mix-Use Residential, Urban Residential Loft and Loft Rehabilitation, High-end Residential renovation and New Construction.
Confident he had a broad base of knowledge of the architecture and building industry, David's creative talent drove him to start David C. Fowler Architecture in July of 2000. Since 2000, David’s work has been published in local and national architectural publications more than 30 times. He has been mentioned as a rising design figure in Atlanta and been awarded a Preservation Award for preserving Cecil Alexander’s award winning 1950’s Mid-Century Modern masterpiece.
David’s diverse background is evident in his portfolio. He is driven to explore new ideas and materials with each project. Each client has their own unique traits in their personality and David strives to achieve something special for each client's home.
Bacavi Village Third Mesa, Arizona
Red Feather Build, Summer 2009