Terry Irwin received his Bachelor of Architecture Degree in 1978
from the University of Arkansas where he studied under AIA gold medal
recipient and Taliesin Fellow, E. Fay Jones. In the decades since,
Mr. Irwin has been honored to serve on his Alma Mater's Professional
Advisory Board and is a John Williams Fellow. While a university
student, Mr. Irwin interned in the prestigious office of the
award-winning residential architect, P. M. Bolton of Houston, Texas.
In 1992, Mr. Irwin served as president of the Orlando chapter of the
American Institute of Architects and has served as a local chapter
delegate to the state AIA.
Mr. Irwin has been recognized for his achievements in luxury
residential architecture where his homes have been featured in
numerous leading publications. Mr. Irwin remains active on numerous
advisory boards, most notably the Isleworth and Lake Nona Community
Design Review Committees. He has served as chairman of the Butler
Chain Conservation Association for the past seven years and has
served for ten years on the Windermere Water Navigation Board. Mr.
Irwin and his wife of 27 years, Jerre, have resided in Windermere,
Florida since 1988 and have four children, Lindsey 28, Angela 25,
William 18, and Drew 15.