FXFOWLE is the brainchild of Bruce Fowle, melding innovative projects in many sectors, while maintaining a leadership role in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) objectives for sustainable yet functional designs. 70 percent of Fowle’s staff are LEED accredited professionals.
One recent project in New York’s Madison Square Park is a fine example of the firm’s particular aesthetic. Sky House The 55-story residential tower is a cluster of 139 luxury condominiums that overlook some of Manhattan’s greatest landmarks, including the Chrysler and Empire State buildings. At ground level, the tower’s neighbor is the quaint landmark Church of the Transfiguration, which includes a lovely English shade garden.
This elegant living space encapsulates FXFOWLE’s style for functional living spaces and working environments. Other notable projects completed by the firm in recent years include the Conde Nast Building, the Julliard School expansion, the National Audubon Society headquarters, all in New York, and towers in Mumbai, Osaka, and Saudi Arabia.
Views from the condos.