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Here is Home Salisbury

Here is Home

Salisbury is an ever-growing, diverse community with more than 35,000 people that encounters a variety of challenges similar to many cities across the country - economic stress, educational resources and public health. When the pandemic plagued our country, a new challenge rose to the top of this list - the...
2021 In Review

2021 Year in Review

As we welcome in 2022, I want to spend a few moments reflecting on the past year. For this blog post, we are going to call it ~ A Year in Review: Fisher Insight. 2021 was considered a transition year for many industries, especially after the unprecedented year everyone faced...
New vs Remodel

New Construction vs Remodeling

Throughout my years as an architect, I have always been asked: Is it better to start a new construction or renovate an existing structure? My response is always the same; there is never a simple answer. There are numerous things to consider prior to making the decision such as (1)...
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The Fisher Life

A strong company culture is vital to the success of the overall company. Here at Fisher Architecture, we believe in our team and strive to foster a positive working environment that allows for growth, goal achievement, and a good amount of fun. We believe in The Fisher Life! When I...

The Creation of Needed Space in a Built Environment

As we continue to navigate a changed world from COVID and how our industries fit in, we know it is necessary to stay flexible. Companies big and small are refocusing their strategies to concentrate on keeping people healthy while sustaining high levels of productivity from their workforce. Take JP Morgan...

Reshaping Interior Design in Response to a Changing World

It was not long ago that many of us were isolated in our homes. We became increasingly aware of how our interior spaces affected our moods, comfort, productivity, and ability to work. As time allows and we adjust to a new norm, our homes and commercial and public spaces will...