Randy Stogsdill

Interior Designer

“The most rewarding projects are the result of great collaborations, where everyone on the project team – from the client to the summer intern – are able to build on each other’s ideas.”

Randy thrives on the complex and the unknown, with a career that has embraced a diverse array of projects from Architecture, Commercial Interiors, Institutional, and Environmental Graphics that have ranged from small tenant interiors to 700,000+sf corporate headquarters to the current transformation of the National Geographic Museum and Campus. With 16+ years of experience, he believes every project – regardless of scale or budget – is an opportunity for research, innovation and creative exploration. He is skilled in design, production, and planning, and excels at visualizing complex concepts quickly. Randy is heavily involved in our internal community including our DEIA council, co-chairing our Materials Library committee, and even lead the design of our DC headquarters. When he’s not designing for what’s next he’s probably curating playlists, crate digging at the local record shop, or experimenting in the kitchen.





Master’s in Architecture, Southern California Institute of Architecture
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, University of New Mexico


Interior Design