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About the Author

Randy Weinstein
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Randy Weinstein was born in Livingston, New Jersey and moved to Los Angeles in 1992 to attend the University of Southern California. After graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1998, Randy accepted a position at Richard Meier's office where he worked on such notable projects as the New Getty Center, UCLA Broad Art Center and the San Jose City Hall. In 2003 randy left to start his own design practice, focusing on single family homes, apartment buildings & retail/ hospitality projects. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times and California Home & Design Magazine. Randy has also appeared on several episodes of HGTV's "Outer Spaces" and Courtney Cox's "Mix it Up" on Women's Entertainment Television. in 2015 he moved his practice up to the Tehachapi Mountains where he still lives and works today.

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