FFA Architecture and Interiors is a full-service design firm providing award-winning expertise in architecture, planning, and interior design. Since 1956, our practice has been focused on developing architecture that is timeless, beautiful, and sustainable. FFA is proud of this tradition and its legacy of thoughtful, contextual projects throughout the Pacific Northwest region.

We understand that architecture is fundamentally for people. It is a quiet backdrop in our lives that when done with care, has the power to enrich and inspire. Because of this, we work to craft buildings and spaces designed around the people who use them.


In 1955, William Fletcher started a private architectural practice in his basement. The following year, he established an office in a house near downtown Portland at SW 14th and Columbia, sharing space with several other architects who became known as “The 14th Street Gang.” So began the firm which is now FFA Architecture and Interiors, Inc.

Throughout his career Bill paid careful attention to even the smallest details of his projects. Every aspect of his building design was organized and thought-out, working together to create a harmonious whole. Bill was actively involved in his projects until the day before his death. He was a true gentleman and passionate about architecture. His spirit continues to inspire the work of the firm that he founded over sixty years ago.


With a focus on architecture and interiors, FFA designs collaboratively with our clients. We work to harness the power of our collective experiences to deliver not only thoughtfully crafted projects, but an innovative and interactive process for the entire team. Our goal is to create environments where people are empowered by the potential of design.

Sustainability is central to FFA’s work and culture. It is considered the basis of good design rather than supplementary to our process. FFA is committed to thoughtful stewardship of our natural and built environments through a careful consideration of balancing environmental, cultural and economic resources today so they may persist for future generations. Please see this link for more information about our sustainability practices.

FFA employs practical innovation toward achieving stringent sustainability goals that are tailored to each project.  Our methodology is strongly rooted in place and vernacular understanding.  We look for architectural solutions that respond to the particular site and functional purpose of each project while capitalizing on synergistic strategies.  Building on timeless techniques and practices, we also seek innovative solutions to create buildings that perform, are durable, resilient, and inspiring.




Library! at Bown Crossing, ArchDaily Publication



The Fair-Haired Dumbbell Mixed-Use Development, Portland Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Transformer Award

Redmond City Hall and Civic Center, Oregon Heritage Excellence Award

Oregon Supreme Court Exterior Rehabilitation, DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation Re-Use and Community Revitalization


Smith Optics Design Studio Headquarters, ArchDaily Publication



PGE Portland Service Center Office Rehabilitation, IIDA Oregon Chapter, Award for Transformation

Industrial Home Building Rehabilitation, DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation Re-Use and Community Revitalization



Galleria/City Target Core and Shell Rehabilitation, DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation Re-Use and Community Revitalization



Galleria Core and Shell Rehabilitation, AIA Portland Chapter, Special Award for Adaptive Reuse

Oregon State University, Furman Hall Rehabilitation, DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation Re-Use and Community Revitalization



Petworth Neighborhood Library Rehabilitation, Washington D.C. Chapter AIA Design Award, Historic Resources



Paradise Inn Rehabilitation, ACEC Oregon, Engineering Excellence Grand Award



Paradise Visitor Center, Portland Chapter AIA, People’s Choice Award

SmashCut Studio, Oregon Chapter IIDA, People’s Choice Award

The Wyatt, Masonry and Ceramic Institute of Oregon, Award of Honor for Design and Use of Masonry

White Stag Block Rehabilitation/ University of Oregon Portland, Northwest Pacific Region Chapter AIA, Award of Citation



Knowledge Learning Corporation Headquarters, Better Bricks “Energy Showdown”, Greatest Improvement in Efficiency for Properties under 60,000 square feet

Multnomah County Library Rehabilitation and Addition, Portland Architectural Heritage Center/Bosco Milligan Foundation, Preservation in Action- Pinnacle Award

White Stag Block Rehabilitation/University of Oregon Portland, Portland Chapter AIA, Craftsmanship Award

White Stag Block Rehabilitation/ University of Oregon Portland, Portland Chapter AIA, Mayor’s Award for Design Excellence



Knowledge Learning Corporation Headquarters, AIA/IIDA Portland Chapter, Merit Award

O1 Lofts Mixed-Use Development, Central Valley Chapter AIA, Citation Award



White City Library, Southwestern Oregon & Southern Oregon Chapters AIA, Citation Award



Camas Public Library Expansion & Rehabilitation, Portland Chapter AIA/IIDA, Citation Award

Ode to Roses, AIA Northwest and Pacific Region, Citation Award



Columbia River Maritime Museum, Northwest & Pacific Region AIA, Award of Honor

The Sliver, AIA Portland Chapter, Merit Award Unbuilt

The Sliver, AIA Central Valley Chapter, Merit Award Unbuilt



Box & One Lofts, Oregon Governor’s Livability Award

Box & One Lofts, AIA Portland Chapter, Citation Award

Box & One, AIA Portland Chapter, People’s Choice Award

Columbia River Maritime Museum, Portland Chapter AIA, People’s Choice Award

Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center, Oregon Chapter IIDA, Merit Award



Multnomah County Library Rehabilitation and Addition, AIA and ALA, National Award of Excellence

Steigerwald National Wildlife Refuge Gateway Center, Portland Chapter AIA, People’s Choice Award



Jakes Run, AIA Center for Livable Communities

Portland Public Schools, Oregon Chapter IIDA, Merit Award- Fernwood Middle School