About me: Michael Pryor is an architectural and computational designer having been involved in various built and in construction works within New York and China. The designs Michael has participated in vary in scale from restaurant interiors to large-scale museums and mixed-use centers with experience in all design phases from concept to construction administration and management.
Having graduated with his 5-year bachelor’s degree in architecture from The New York Institute of Technology exposed him to professors from Columbia, Pratt, The Cooper Union, and many well-known architectural firms. Upon graduation, Michael was granted The New York Society of Architects Matthew W. Del Gaudio award for excellence in total design. Michael is self-taught in parametric and computational design practices and frequently teaches these practices throughout a series of workshops, webinars, online communities, and his personal website.