Troy has designed a stunning European Country home for this year's NW Natuarl Street of Dreams. This 5,200 square foot home is aptly named Fairway Manor as it boasts beautiful views of the surrounding golf course. Join us between July 28th - August 26th for the opportunity to see and tour this home in person. See you there!
Come and tour one of Troy's beautifully designed homes at this year's Summer Showcase! The show is located in Forest Grove and will be open Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 10a - 7p (July 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd & 23rd). The show features four homes of different styles and is completely FREE! Troy's modern farmhouse, The Trillium, is a MUST SEE! (Click the image above for more information on the show.)
This year's Street of Dreams opens July 29th, in Happy Valley, and tickets are on sale now. Make sure to come on out and see Fowler Home + Design's contemporary farmhouse, built by Stone Bridge Homes NW. Troy has designed this farmhouse style home to be packed with modern luxury living. Along with a spectacular interior, the home features a separate recreational garage and an entertainer's dream backyard - you don't want to miss this one!
"It's so perfect Troy! We couldn't be happier with how it turned out. Thank you for sharing your talent with us!!! We will have to celebrate back there soon." - from a very pleased client.
At Fowler Home+Design, we not only create award wining homes, we craft wonderful places to live - indoor or outdoor. Here in the Pacific Northwest, many of our outdoor spaces feature a fully covered lanai, outdoor kitchen and cozy fireplace. As an extension of your home, we aim to blend the outdoors and indoors, this space should feel like any other room in your home. Using rich colors and textures, you're sure to feel comfortable all year long. For the entertainment lover, the outdoor television, sound system, and unique lighting is a must!
At Fowler Home + Design, we are currently designing homes for Brasada Ranch located in Central Oregon. This 1,800 acre ranch lies in the high desert, overlooking pastures with prime views of the Cascade Range. Voted one of the best resorts in the Pacific Northwest, Brasada Ranch features a community barn, a farmhouse style bed and breakfast, a post office, general store, recreation center & golf course. Taking inspiration from CCY Architects who designed the main buildings on the ranch, our homes will be a mix of desert, mountain, and modern styles. The desert is simple, a place of harmony, linear lines and abundant views. The architecture plays off the landscape with large windows inviting the outdoors in. Natural elements are used heavily throughout the design like wood and stone. The colors are those of clay, sand stone, and wood; also inspired by the elements that surround. Simple soaring spaces allow for peaceful relaxation mimicking the desert and mountain landscapes. A combination of materials and textures add dimension and warmth, bringing in the cozy mountain-cabin feel. Lastly, stunning angles, glass and exposed concrete add dramatic contemporary styling. The main buildings of the resort at Brasada were all designed to meet LEED Gold certification, and the ranch was awarded “Sustainable Community of the Year” in 2007. Therefore, thoughtful and sustainable design will also be key. Our homes will seek to be charming, rustic, contemporary, timeless, minimal, and organic. Make sure to check out our Projects page to see some of our finished projects and those currently under construction!
Here at Fowler Home + Design we can imagine and create any type of home you’ve ever dreamed of. However, one of our most sought after styles is the Northwest Contemporary Style. “Northwest” and “Contemporary” are two unique styles that, when blended, create a one-of-a-kind design. Key components of the “Northwest Style” include asymmetrical floor plans, low-pitched roofs, and large overhangs. A design rooted and influenced by the climate of the Pacific Northwest, the Northwest style home aims to bring the outdoors in. To achieve this, the design starts by integrating the home with its setting, incorporating natural elements in the construction. It features an extensive use of wood on both the interior and exterior, and plenty of large windows, sometimes extending to the floor. Interior finishes are handpicked to complement the beauty of the region. Key components of the “Contemporary Style” are exposed beams, high ceilings, generally one story with large open spaces. Inspired by minimalist design, Japanese architecture and the international design movement led by Frank Lloyd Wright, this style strays from frills and ornamentation. A unique blend of materials like stone, brick, wood, glass, and steel work together beautifully to marry these styles and add plenty of character.
Here is a video tour of our home Quintessence from this year's Street of Dreams.
Congratulations to our Principal Architect Troy Fowler on all the awards for this gorgeous home:
People’s Choice: Best Interior Design, Best Architectural Design, Best Kitchen, Best of Show
Realtor’s Choice: Best Interior Design, Best Architectural Design, Best Master Suite, Best of Show
Professional’s Choice: Best Interior Design, Best Architectural Design, Best Kitchen, Best Master Suite, & Best of Show
The NW Natural Street of Dreams is open for 2 more weeks. Have you been out to see our home, Quintessence yet? If not, here is a sneak peak of some areas inside this gorgeous home! With over 6,200 square feet of creative and thoughtful design, this house is a MUST SEE!
Troy has created some beautiful custom homes for Innsbruck Ridge down in Medford. These homes are designed to really showcase the views while being surrounded with all the warm natural elements. Click through the photos above and take a look!
While the NW Show of Homes comes to a close this weekend, the NW Street of Dreams OPENS this Saturday, July 30th. Be sure to head out there and see our home "Quintessence". This home is on target to be awarded the largest, luxury home in the state of Oregon with a Platinum Earth Advantage Certification! A nod to the elements this breathtaking home features water, fire, stone, glass and wood details. Incredible views of the Willamette Valley and Mt. Hood are framed perfectly. Be sure you don't miss seeing the rain curtain waterfall or the handpicked 2,200 pound boulder in the master bath!