1. Bless The Lord

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    • VOID Watches | PXR5 by Michael Young

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      The PXR-5 watch was originally designed in 2004 by Michael Young as one of his first projects after moving his design studio to Asia. Now celebrating ten years since it was first conceived, the PXR5 is making a comeback and given a new lease of life in collaboration with VOID Watches.

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      • the making of the 'metal rock' series by michael young for hedge gallery

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        while applying the metal in a number of client projects, michael young came across several processes for which commercial uses could not be found, and wanted to further explore their potential as more creative and artistic applications for the material. see the original article on designboom here: http://www.designboom.com/design/michael-young-hedge-gallery-metal-rock-hex-objects-01-27-2015

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        • GMU Lucky Dogs

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          Michael Young, a former adjunct faculty member in Mason’s Volgenau School of Engineering, is Dog Rescue Pilot. He flies dog and puppies from high-kill shelters or abandoned or abused animals to receiving rescues that will foster the dogs and put them up for adoption in Forever Homes.

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          • Young & Ayata: League Prize Lecture

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            The Architectural League Prize 2014 Young & Ayata Kutan Ayata and Michael Young For more on Young & Ayata and the other 2014 League Prize winners, visit archleague.org/LP14 In 2008, Kutan Ayata and Michael Young co-founded Young & Ayata with a commitment to experimentation and dedication to “explore novel formal and organizational possibilities in architecture and urbanism.” The Brooklyn-based partnership views “the reality of contemporary building as a provocation to the progression of experiments in form, material, and technology.” The firm’s work consists of commissions and experimental research, engaging with “contemporary cultural issues that influence and are influenced by our environment.” Recent projects include the competition scheme for an opera house in Busan, South Korea, and a conceptual master plan for the Aalto University Campus Center in Helsinki, Finland. Young & Ayata is one of the winners of the 2014 Architectural League Prize, one of North America’s most prestigious awards for young architects and designers. The prize, established in 1981, recognizes exemplary and provocative work by young practitioners and provides a public forum — through lectures, an exhibition, and a catalogue — for the exchange of their ideas. In their League Prize lecture, the partners describe their interest in exploring the tension between reality and its representation and the role of “estrangement” in architecture. The two detail four recent projects: their Overlay gallery installation; Guilded Splinter 69, a series of line drawings that resembles digital images rendered with modeling software; Donkeys & Feathers, a translation of these drawings into fabricated objects then painted into Dutch still lifes; and a competition entry for the Busan Opera House, which challenges the opera house archetype by integrating the landscape into the building.

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            • Young & Ayata: League Prize Interview

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              The Architectural League Prize 2014 Young & Ayata Kutan Ayata and Michael Young For more on Young & Ayata and the other 2014 League Prize winners, visit archleague.org/LP14 In 2008, Kutan Ayata and Michael Young co-founded Young & Ayata with a commitment to experimentation and dedication to “explore novel formal and organizational possibilities in architecture and urbanism.” The Brooklyn-based partnership views “the reality of contemporary building as a provocation to the progression of experiments in form, material, and technology.” The firm’s work consists of commissions and experimental research, engaging with “contemporary cultural issues that influence and are influenced by our environment.” Recent projects include the competition scheme for an opera house in Busan, South Korea, and a conceptual master plan for the Aalto University Campus Center in Helsinki, Finland. Young & Ayata is one of the winners of the 2014 Architectural League Prize, one of North America’s most prestigious awards for young architects and designers. The prize, established in 1981, recognizes exemplary and provocative work by young practitioners and provides a public forum — through lectures, an exhibition, and a catalogue — for the exchange of their ideas. In the interview above, Ayata and Young describe their installation for the Overlay exhibit as a process of re-thinking and re-framing their work as their practice has matured. The nine frames — a row of drawings, a row of objects, and a row of building models — represent the firm’s engagement with realism and estrangement. Ayata and Young also share the significant value that teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels has on their work.

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              • Michael Young: What is architecture?

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                What is architecture? What can architecture do? What is your architectural position? What is your design method? This interview is part of a series published on whatisarchitecture.cc In the interview: Michael Young. Camera and interview: Luca De Giorgi.

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                • en·trap

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                  She has 10 minutes to kill her neighbor or her husband dies. What would you do? Dulabic Studio presents en·trap, a short horror film created for the 24 Hour Film Race 2014 at filmracing.com. Starring: Penny Vlahos Zlatko Stipic Michael Young Crew: Michael Young Mike Simundic Producer: Najwan Stephan-Tozy Make-Up/Wardrobe: Najwan Stephan-Tozy Cinematography: Bojan Dulabic Writer/Director/Editor/Music: Bojan Dulabic Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BojanTheActor Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bojandulabic Blog: http://www.filmmakingtoday.com

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                  • Magis - Interview with Michael Young

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                    Michael Young talking about his products for Magis.

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                    • Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Box? Episode 2

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                      Episode 2: Fear of Tone is a drawing performance in three parts by Michael Young exploring the changing conditions of architecture’s technological mediation. In this performance, “Fear of Tone,” the line is lost into the groundless matrix of illuminated pixels formerly known as painting.

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