Located on a one acre site in Westhampton, this residential project works with the subtle interplay between two distinct architectural agendas. On one hand, the entry massing adheres to the clients interest in the aesthetic of mid-century modern homes in which conceptual clarity comes from orthogonal alignments.
Bryan Young founded the design studio Young Projects LLC in New York City in 2010 and the licensed architecture office Bryan Nathaniel Young Architecture PLLC in 2014. The office produces multidisciplinary work ranging from architecture and art to furniture and objects.
Bryan Young received his Master in Architecture with distinction from Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2003. At Harvard he was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal as the top ranking student in his graduating class and the James Templeton Kelley Thesis Prize for his investigation of the diagrammatic spaces of Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, graduating with highest honors in 1997.
The Gerken Residence by Young Projects is 6,000 interior square feet occupying the 13th and 14th floors and 1,500 square feet of roof garden in a historic Tribeca building. The Gerken Residence courtyard and rooftop are the result of collaboration with landscape design firm Future Green Studio. The proposal explores shifting relationships of solid and void […]
The Wythe Townhouse involves the gut renovation of, and addition to, an existing townhouse on a corner lot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. The project was completed in 2016 by New York-based Young Projects. To satisfy the client’s aspirations of maintaining the existing commercial occupancy on the ground floor while maximizing residential space on the upper […]