Get to Know Us
Fowler Architects, established in 2003, is a full-service architectural firm located on Capitol Hill. We offer design services for residential renovations and additions in the District.
Jennifer Fowler, A.I.A. grew up in Austin Texas, and is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. She has a five year professional Architecture degree, and is licensed to practice architecture in the District of Columbia. Jennifer moved to Washington, D.C. in 1997. After working for other firms for seven years, she started her own practice in the summer of 2004. Since then she has worked on many projects in the District, predominately on Capitol Hill. She specializes in residential additions and renovations at all scales.
Mike Fowler, A.I.A. joined Fowler Architects in the beginning of 2008. After graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas in 1997 and moving to DC he worked at the architecture firms of Leo A Daly and then Esocoff & Associates. A desire to work on smaller scale projects with more design control led him to join Jennifer at Fowler Architects.
Casey Tilghman Smith moved to DC in 2008 after completing her Master of Architecture at Parsons School of Design. She joined Fowler Architects in 2009, which was a great fit considering her love of residential design and historic preservation. She earned a Master of Arts in Historic Preservation in 2010 from Savannah College of Art and Design, which allowed her to learn more about historic preservation. Casey currently lives in Salisbury, Maryland with her husband and two young children, but visits DC frequently to stay involved in all the Capitol Hill projects.
Laura Dailey, NCIDQ joined Fowler Architects in 2015, after graduating with a Bachelor degree in Interior Design from High Point University. She recently became an NCIDQ Certified interior designer. Working as an associate with Fowler Architects has allowed her strengthen her technical drawing skills and learn the ins and outs of the DC permitting process. She has enjoyed the unique design challenges that are presented in small scale renovations and additions. Laura currently lives in Capitol Hill with her cat, Kiko.