About Us

OUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY IS SIMPLE.


We believe that appropriate architecture is comprised of utility and beauty that need creative expression in each effort. The two should work in tandem to improve the quality of life and the environment where architecture occurs.

Additionally, we believe that each client’s project requires an architect suited to his or her need – one that will work closely and personally from initial design through the bricks and mortar fruition of the client’s vision. Finding that fit ensures our clients reach their goals.

So, we begin every project by listening to our client’s needs and fully understanding his or her goals.

It sounds simple, but it’s often overlooked. By spending this time upfront, we enable each client’s dreams and visions to become an appropriate and creative architectural reality.

At the end of the day, clients reaching their goals is what renders our efforts successful. And quite frankly, we are committed to success in architecture with every project we take on.

From modest additions to complex remodeling to significant new facilities, we’ve come to realize that success requires more than qualifications and demonstrated expertise – a positive, enthusiastic chemistry between client and architect is a must.

This is how we work with our clients.

Background

Randolph C. Henning, Artchitect

Randolph C. Henning

We started our firm with a specific guiding principle: provide creative, responsive, flexible and cost-effective design geared to the specific needs of each client. Randolph C. Henning, Architect has adhered to this principle in providing professional architectural and design services for over 25 years.

Randolph C. Henning, has been a registered architect since 1982 and has been the principal owner and architect of Randolph C. Henning, Architect since 1993. The desire of Henning was to create a business that would be a general provider of professional architectural and planning services throughout the Southeast.

We are a full-service architectural firm providing professional service from conception through construction. Our team brings creativity and technical skill to custom residential, religious, commercial, industrial, institutional self-storage and educational buildings.

Randolph C. Henning’s background includes:
  • 25+ years of varied architectural experience in wide variety of building projects
  • Bachelor of Design in Architecture, University of Florida (1976)
  • Master of Architecture degree, Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin (1980)
  • Licenses to practice architecture in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida and certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

One of our favorite collaborations…

In 2001, Randolph C. Henning, Architect was retained as the Associate Architect for Contract Administration for Aaron G. Green & Associates, Inc. at the American Hebrew Academy. The American Hebrew Academy is an elite boarding school for high school students designed by Green, a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright. The state-of-the-art campus, comprised of seventy plus buildings covering a 100-acre campus, graduated its first senior class in 2004.

We were honored to be a part of bringing Green’s vision to life.

Randolph C. Henning, Architect

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