Randy’s mental gears are constantly turning, looking for creative ways to help clients solve their most demanding architectural challenges. He routinely translates facts like square footage requirements, adjacencies, and future expansion needs into solutions that achieve the client’s goals and result in feedback like “that’s great! I never would have thought of that.” Randy actively mentors young architects in the appreciation of both the artistic and technical aspects of the profession.
In his spare time, Randy can be found designing projects and banging nails for Habitat for Humanity. He also likes cycling (on a bike, not the washing machine), hiking, traveling, and working on any kind of puzzle he can get his hands on.
A Favorite Quote
"My architecture is easy to understand. And enjoy. I hope it also is hard to forget."