Fisher ARCHitecture designs are  Thoughtful + Progressive + Contextual.  We have become a recognized advocate for quality, contemporary, Pittsburgh green design.

When clients want their buildings to speak to Pittsburgh, yet connect to buildings being built around the world, they come to us.

Because you communicate directly with principals, Eric Fisher AIA, LEED AP and Bea Spolidoro AIA, WELL AP, as the design process moves forward, your goals and objectives are thoroughly understood.

You simply won’t find principals of an established firm elsewhere who are committed to this level of personal involvement.

The resulting designs are a testament to the value of this arrangement.

Click here for a recent article that discusses Fisher ARCHitecture’e commitment to diversity and innovation.

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The 2020 Fisher ARCHitecture group (L to R): Karun Lelahuta, Bea Spolidoro, Eric Fisher, Elena Castiglione, and Anne Chien (Not shown: Janet Longenecker, Sean Echnat, and Lingfan Jiang)
Interns, Sean Echnat and Lingfan Jiang
Bea, Eric, and project manager, Janet Longenecker

About Eric Fisher AIA, LEED AP:

 

“It was a once in a life time adventure! He will exceed your expectations, creatively and in many other ways”

 

Comment by ‘Emerald Art Glass’ on Houzz

Adaptive Reuse

Our motto is: “Let old be old and new be new.” We can help you to reimagine your property, while respecting its history.

 

Sustainable Architecture

We can help you build better, more efficient buildings that meet LEED, passive house, or zero-net-energy standards.

 

Smart Construction

Building is expensive but it can be done efficiently by collaborating with Contractors to find out-of-the box solutions that save money.

 

Healthy Buildings

Architecture impacts our physical and psychological health: We spend 90% of our time indoors! Good design can improve your daily life through a smart use of light, materials, proportions, colors, and more.

 

Education

We are happy to talk about architecture-related topics to any audience that may be interested in sustainable, progressive design.

 

Complex or Steeps Sites

Our projects respond directly to their context. We collaborate with our consultants to find the best solution for the most challenging sites.

Emerald Art Glass House by Fisher ARCHitecture Pittsburgh PA
The New York Times: "An Industrial Strength House in Pittsburgh" February 2012
TASCHEN Books: "Architecture Now! Houses Vol. 3" June 2013
The Fisher House by Architect Eric Fisher in Shadyside, Pittsburgh, PA
Dwell Magazine: "Houses that We Love" November 2009
Carnegie Museum Lecture
The Wall Street Journal: "Hillside Homes" Nov. 23, 2018
The Wall Street Journal: "The Rush of Waterfront Living" May 17, 2018