Eduardo Benamor Duarte (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) presented a paper “Morphogenetic vs. Morphodynamics: Design and Prototyping of Porcelain Sine Wave Surfaces” at the 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BIODIGITAL ARCHITECTURE & GENETICS – BARCELONA. The conference was hosted at the ESARQ School of Architecture UIC Barcelona (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya) on 7th – 9th June, 2017.
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Ijlal Muzaffar (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) was recently interviewed by Hashim bin Rashid for the leading Pakistani weekly magazine, The New on Sunday (TNS). The article entitled, Korangi was Desiged to be at War with its Residents, engages with the topics of politics and ethics of urban design and planning.
Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and his colleagues are featured in a new book released by Princeton Architectural Press. The book, Transmaterial Next: A Catalogue of Materials That Redefine Our Future, includes three of their innovative projects. It is the latest installment in the bestselling Transmaterial series by Blaine Brownell, one of the preeminent scholars of […]
Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) has been awarded a fellowship from The MacDowell Colony, where he will be in residence during 2017. Its mission is “to nurture the arts by offering creative individuals of the highest talent an inspiring environment in which they can produce enduring works of the imagination” and is awarded on the […]
Beth Mosher (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) along with a team of doctors, pharmacists, engineers and people in recovery, won an award at the GE/MGH Opioid Epidemic Hack-a-Thon, held in September. Their design, Ally, helps distribute Naloxone, a medication which blocks the effects of opoids in overdose situations, while helping to build community and diminish the stigma […]
Chris Rose (Associate Professor, Furniture Design) will deliver the keynote address in September at the University of South Australia. This lecture forms part of a new PhD and HDR student program and will be delivered to all the academic decisions, including the School of Art, Architecture and Design incorporating Urban and Regional Planning, School of […]
Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) is the designer of a new exhibition, The Games Worlds of Jason Rohrer, currently on display at the Davis Museum (106 Central Street) at Wellesley College until 26th June 2016. The exhibition is a retrospective of the independent game designer Jason Rohrer whose work has formed part of the Museum of Modern Art’s […]
Beth Mosher (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) presented a paper last month entitled “Designing Junk Food” at the First European Conference on Understanding Food Design in Milan. She also participated in joint academic/industry workshops, exploring opportunities and issues for the nascent field as well as outlining possible curriculum paths for masters programs in Food Design.
Gustolab Institute is proud to participate as a partner in the launch of the first European conference on Understanding Food Design: From User Experience to People-Centered Design from October 9-10, 2015. The objectives of this 2-day conference are to: Explore the dimensions, nature, themes and disciplinary positions of Food Design research in Universities (European and International) Provide all […]
Monument Lab: Creative Speculations for Philadelphia is a public art and urban research project taking place at City Hall in Spring 2015. Through a series of art installations, public events, and community-sourced maps, the project asks a central guiding question: What is an appropriate monument for the current city of Philadelphia? We will begin to […]