The houses designed by RAMSA partner Randy Correll are a testament to his collaborative nature and thoughtful approach to crafting spaces that reflect how his clients live.
Randy believes that every house tells a story. That story is shaped by history, by place, and by the individuals who live there. He collaborates closely with his clients, ensuring their home is tailored to their lifestyle and tells their story. Randy's ability to adapt traditional architectural forms and principles for contemporary living has earned him the trust of families who often return to him for second homes, third homes, and updates to accommodate changing needs when a new chapter is written.
Over the past thirty-five years, Randy has designed elegant homes across America, from Long Island to Los Angeles. His work includes a House in Apaquogue that updates the vernacular East Hampton floor plan and details to accommodate contemporary family living, and a Home on Lake Michigan that brings the traditional American Georgian houses into the 21st century. His commitment to supporting residential communities also extends to civic projects like the Guild Hall of East Hampton, where he oversaw the complete restoration of the 20,000-square-foot arts facility, and the East Hampton Town Hall, which preservers and incorporates six repurposed eighteenth-century vernacular structures.
In 2016, Randy contributed a design for the 2016 Olana exhibition "Follies, Function, and Form: Imagining Olana's Summer House." His work has been featured in many national publications, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, and The New York Times. His own weekend house, inspired by his fascination with the history and landscape of New York's Hudson Valley, has been featured in The New York Times. He is also the co-author of Designs for Living: Houses by Robert A. M. Stern Architects and Houses: Robert A. M. Stern Architects.