Robin R Fisher
Robin R. Fisher is a Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer (CMKBD) and Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS). She is a speaker and educator with the National Kitchen and Bath Association, and her award-winning designs have been featured in multiple local, national trade and consumer magazines. In Robin’s 30 plus years in the industry, she has been a founding partner of both a Portland design/build remodeling firm and an independent residential design firm. Her true love is designing kitchens and baths.
A passion and dedication to the industry has lead Robin to dedicate much of her time to educating current and future designers. As an advocate of sustainable design, Robin has co-authored “Sustainable Design for the Kitchen and Bath Designer”, a textbook which is an integral part of the Professional Resource Library for the NKBA. Since 2003, Robin has taught the cornerstone classes in kitchen and bath design at Portland Community College
Passionate about everything she does, Robin loves to cook and entertain, planning elaborate multi course meals for special occasions. She is an avid cyclist, often riding her bike to work and doing multiple 100 mile rides each summer. Robin lives with her amazing 13 year old son, her patient husband, 2 cats, and Tonks, their Boxer (and the company’s official greeter).
Design Associate and Supreme Organizer
Mary discovered her love for design and travel as a daughter of an airline executive and a stay at home mom who got bored with her surroundings on a regular basis. “Mom would redecorate or redesign our homes until they were perfect, then she would sell it and take on a new “project”.” Spring breaks were not a week at the beach; rather, they were spent in places like South Africa, Tokyo and Portugal. Her design aesthetic developed through the cultures, perspectives, landscapes, architectures and inspirations of her travels.
Following her passion for photography, she studied at the Ohio Institute of Photography, where she found beauty in photographing urban decay. “This type of environment has brought great ideas back to its base. The raw nature of decay is the beginning of a new idea and the end of an old one…anything is possible. Kind of like creating a great meal when you have nothing in the cabinets.
Graduating from PCC with a degree in Interior design, Mary found herself back at her childhood roots. “Interior design allows me to be creative and I find the design process similar to photography.”
A mom with twin girls, Mary has instilled her love of travel on her family. “Every week, my girls spin the globe and where ever the pin lands, that defines our dinner for Sunday night. We have researched and created meals from Turkmenistan, Spain, France and Ethiopia – every week is a new place.”
In Memorandum: Brandon Cole
This site is dedicated to Brandon Cole, an extraordinary designer, human and friend who was taken from us way too early. His talent, humor and friendship will be missed.