Will Randolph, AIA
Will Randolph is an Adjunct Professor of Architecture. He is a passionate designer who is motivated by socially conscious and dynamic urban development. He has explored this passion working on the Woodard residence, TN4, Girls Inc., Redeemer Presbyterian Church, and more recently on two larger multi-family residential developments (Frontline and Broad Avenue Mixed-Use). Will incorporates sustainability into his projects and his daily life by biking to work whenever he can. Will is skilled at re-imagining common building practices and materials, shedding new light on their applications. He generates simple and affordable design solutions and is passionate about basic forms, subtle pattern & texture. This passion has influenced Frontline, civitas, Mama Gaia Crosstown, and Meritan.
Will is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and he serves as a member on the AIA Memphis Board. He is the co-chair of the 2017 and 2019 AIA Memphis Design Auction and the 2018 AIA Memphis Design Awards Gala and is a member of the AIA Memphis Emerging Professional Leadership Class of 2017. Will won the Marvin Windows Traveling Fellowship in 2013, and, subsequently, traveled to Germany and the Netherlands to study healthy urban streetscapes. Will earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Mississippi State University.
Will found a passion for architecture while working construction and playing in the band, King Elementary: http://www.spin.com/2005/07/king-elementary/