Bryan Young founded the Brooklyn design studio Young Projects in 2010. The studio produces multidisciplinary work ranging from architecture and interiors to furniture and art. Current projects include a private retreat in the Dominican Republic; multiple penthouse, apartment and townhouse renovations; single family residences in the Hudson Valley and the Hamptons; and commercial retail in NYC. Young was a recipient of the Architectural League Prize for 2013.
Bryan Young received his Master of Architecture with distinction from Harvard University in 2003. At Harvard, he was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal for highest academic achievement and the James Templeton Kelley Thesis Prize. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with highest honors from the University of California, Berkeley. Young currently teaches graduate design studios at Parsons, and previously taught at Columbia University and Syracuse University. He has been an invited design juror at universities including Harvard, Yale, Cooper Union, RISD and Pratt.