Randolph Finn Architect attended the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona 1954 to 1958. Worked for a large architectural firm in Orange County, Ca. 1958 to 1963. Started his own firm in 1964 Orange County. Projects of note were designs for the first Taco Bell fast food restaurant and Site Plan layout for an entire town with buildings north of North Las Vegas, Nevada. Randy moved to northern California in 1968 and opened an office in Danville, Ca. He went back to school at U.C. Berkeley and obtained his California Architectural license. Over the next several years he designed numerous projects and buildings including office buildings, Auto showrooms, industrial buildings, large custom residences, housing subdivisions, senior living facilities and buildings in all categories. During the 1980's the firm grew with a staff of 25 and accounted for a large number of projects. The project list includes projects in distant geographic locations; from a Golf course club house in Florida, to large custom homes in Hawaii, and residential design layouts in Beijing, China. Randy has successful designs in all style disciplines. Randy started a partnership with Bruce Lyon Architect in 1999 and collectively has enjoyed significant success. Randy and Bruce have done projects of greater diversity and complexity and are striving for continued success in the future.
Attended the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, 1954 to 1958
Attended the University of California Berkeley
Randy is a licensed Architect in the State of California.