Lynn Harrison, a native of North Carolina, received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from NC State University, moving to San Francisco shortly thereafter where he has spent his professional career as an architect. He founded his own design firm over thirty years ago and has been recognized with numerous Design Awards as well as featured in national publications.
Mr. Harrison combines a background in art and graphics with an interest in the history of architecture and design. He is active in the Bay Area design community, including a lengthy tenure as Preservation Director of the Art Deco Society of California. He has lectured on a range of topics, including his own design work, and over the past two decades has participated as ongoing juror for various university design classes. He has taught Professional Level Classes, including Graphics LG-1 and LG-2 for the University of California Berkeley Extension.