Randy Brown founded Randy Brown Architects in 1993 with the mission to bring innovative and artistic architectural designs to his home state of Nebraska. His ambition: to teach the Heartland that the architectural solutions to their pragmatic needs and functional requirements could be creative and provoking. Almost 20 years later, RBA continues to educate and inspire the public by weaving award winning architecture into their every day lives. Inspired by the rural landscapes and communities of Nebraska, Randy Brown and his team have developed a unique approach to architecture that couples the best of modern, ecologically-sensitive design with an appreciation of the natural landscapes and honest lifestyles of the Heartland. He is frequently recognized by the national and international design community resulting in numerous publications, and numerous state, regional, and national awards. Randy Brown was honored to receive the AIA National Young Architect Prize in 2002 and at the age of 39, Randy Brown was made a Fellow of the AIA.