In 1972 The Utah Governor’s Commission selected Robert A. Fowler Architects to design the new Salt Lake City Arts Center, and Symphony Hall. Frank Ferguson, a former employee whose firm, Enteleki Design had also sought the projects, sent Mr. Fowler a note of congratulations. Robert A. Fowler Architects then invited Mr. Ferguson and his firm to collaborate on the projects.
The project was so successful Robert A. Fowler Architects and Enteleki subsequently merged and became Fowler, Ferguson, Kingston, and Ruben Architects. In 1984, the company was reorganized into FFKR Architects. Today’s arrangement comprises some 120 talented and creative employees, led by 16 Principals.
FFKR is grateful for having been given the opportunity to collaborate with our clients in the creative process over the past forty years. Your confidence in our design process has resulted in memorable experiences and unforgettable spaces.
It is a privilege to apply our knowledge and passion for great design to your vision. We pledge to honor tradition, and to keep pace with change through our fresh ideas and sophisticated solutions. We know none of this would be possible without you.
Our range of services include:
• Full Architectural
• Interior Design and Space Planning
• Landscape Architecture and Planning
• Master Planning
• 3-D Rendering