Posts Tagged ‘magazine’

Yeadon Project Published in Lithuania

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) was recently referenced in STRUCTUM, a Vilnius-based magazine that focuses on the built environment, which recently reviewed his research on an interactive facade system prototype. In the article entitled, Šiuolaikinių pastatų fasadai: nuo atspindinčių grožį iki valančių orą, author Giedrė Linden surveys a number of approaches to the design of […]

Yeadon Work Published by Japanese Researchers

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) recently had his research prototype interactive facade system featured by two researchers at Sugiyama Jogakuen University in Nogoya, Japan, have published a paper in Architecture Research. In their article, titled, On the Aesthetics of Seasonally Adaptive Buildings – A Morphological Approach towards Climate Responsive Architecture,  Agnes Nyilas and Yoshihito Kurazumi write […]

Yeadon Luggage Featured in El Financiero Viajes

A robotic travel bag that was conceived by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) has been published in Mexico’s “El Financiero Viajes” magazine. Yeadon started the “Fido Luggage” project in the mid-2000s; it is essentially a concept for a self-propelled bag that follows you around and responds to your voice commands. And, there’s a locator […]

Yeadon Published in Venezuela

An article published by Venezuelan architecture magazine Entre Rayas includes a kinetic shading system that was designed by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker. An early prototype of their SmartScreen project is featured in “La eficiencia energética del hueco”, an article by Núria Marti, Ph.D., Director of Construcción ETSALS in Spain. The […]

Yeadon Project Highlighted by La Repubblica

An article on biomimicry that recently appeared in La Repubblica has highlighted a project by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker. Their Homeostatic Facade System project is one of ten global innovations mentioned in “De rerum natura” by Valerio Gualerzi.