Raised by furniture designers in the countryside of Connecticut, Sophie Randall learned at a very early age that beauty and function can, and should, go hand-in-hand. Having received her BFA in 2021 in interior architecture and design at Columbus College of Art & Design, Randall received the honor of Magna Cum Laude & Outstanding Senior. Her senior year had to be completed via many hours-long studio zoom classes due to the pandemic. It was here that she started itching to expand her purview beyond just interiors. Sophie is particularly drawn to the idea of eclecticism: mixing antique forms with contemporary stylistic choices both within home but in life as well. She stears away from all things uber-modern.
After working on a film with Laurie Simmons and Lena Dunham in the summer before her junior year of high school, My Art, Randall realized her love for spacial transformation, and the scale of possible changes within the small sets. From there, Randall spent her time outside of school and during summers working at Connecticut-based interior and architectural design firm, Hendricks Churchill. Working from two-dimensional plans and schedules, Sophie had worked on projects from initial client meetings, to the end product installations by the time she reached her school in Ohio. Since graduating, Randall moved to New York City where she has since designed for a high-end residential interior firm, worked on product design for brands & occasionally serves as a creative consultant for retail ventures using both photography & graphic design to assist in rebranding. She is always visiting inspiring spaces, textile shops and production sites to study process and elements. When it comes down to it, Sophie is a problem solver who can't help but bring her deeply rooted design sense with her to help remedy any creative situation.