Architect Day: Murdock Young
Shea Murdock and Robert Young are the creators of office Murdock Young Architects. With a little more than 10 years behind them they have an interesting portfolio of work in the United States, with highlights on residential projects and art galleries.
Photos from site murdockyoung.com.
Founded in 1999 by Shea Murdock and Robert Young, the office Murdock Young presents very interesting works of architecture. Their residential projects show the harmony of the materials used and a balance in volume, reaching a great end result. Allied to this, the beauty and simplicity of the internal spaces, which can also be seen in their galleries, are important aspects in their works.
"Architecture is produced by great teams, working together in creative and productive collaboration towards common goals.” MYA
Cutler Loft, New York, USA
Prior to forming Murdock Young Architects, Shea Murdock Parker worked in offices in Germany and in New York, working with large-scale buildings. Robert Henry Young worked as intern in offices in Barcelona, Boston and New York, the offices of Mathias Thoenes and Keenen / Riley. Today, in their own office, each one leads a project at a time with the support of the other, where the leader is responsible for the design, documentation, construction and customer relationship, while the other is part of the project team.
With just over 10 years, the office Murdock Young has won prizes for some of its projects, such as the Cultler House in Montauk, New York, which has been published by several magazines and books.
66 Gloucester, New York, USA
Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, USA
George Adams Gallery, New York, USA
Chelsea Art Building, New York, USA
Stefansky Residence, New Jersey, USA
Barry Friedman Ltd., New York, USA
Kettle Hole House , New York, USA
Cutler Townhouse, New York, USA
Further Lane Bathrooms, New York, USA
Cutler Residence, Montauk, USA
Multipurpose Building, Greenwich, USA
Lake House, Montauk, USA
Friedman Beda, New York, USA