Posts Tagged ‘nanomaterials’

Yeadon Delivers Keynote on Matter

Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) recently delivered the keynote address at a symposium on matter, held at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. Sixteen speakers preceded his evening presentation, each with their own interpretation of matter. Yeadon’s lecture was titled “Nanostructured Futures” and focused on how nanotechnology is emerging in architecture, and where […]

Yeadon in Two Materia Articles

Two recent articles published by Materia, in The Netherlands, feature work by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker. Last month, “Smart Materials for Architecture” discussed various architects that focus on smart materials and intelligent environments. This month, their “Homeostatic Facade System” project is the topic of an article that asks, “So is […]

Yeadon Work in PSFK Future Of Cities

Work by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker is featured in a new PSFK Labs report: The Future Of Cities. The report examines 28 key trends that are driving the sustainable development and efficient operation of modern cities as they respond to the unique challenges posed by rapid urbanization. Aided by connected […]

Yeadon in ARCHITECT

The October issue of ARCHITECT magazine included a project by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker. Their Homeostatic Facade System project is one of six kinetic works reviewed in “Active and Alive” by Brian Libby. Biological homeostasis—the ability to regulate internal conditions with kinetic movement (think goosebumps)—inspired the Homeostatic Façade by Decker […]

Yeadon Work Exhibited at M:AI in Germany

A new exhibition at the Museum für Architektur und Ingenieurkunst (M:AI) in Cologne, Germany includes work by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker. The exhibition on innovative materials, which runs 11/07/13 through 12/15/13, is titled “Anything Goes! Die neue Lust am Material in der Architektur.” http://www.mai-nrw.de/Ausstellung-Anything-goes.413.0.html http://www.ingenieur.de/Panorama/Am-Rande/Die-neue-Lust-an-Werkstoffen-in-Architektur

Yeadon Projects Published

A range of projects by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker appear in a new book, titled “Tectonics of Teaching.” The book documents proceedings from this year’s Building Technology Educators Society conference, and includes an essay by Decker that features works created by the duo.

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.

Yeadon Projects Published

A range of projects by Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Martina Decker appear in a new book, “Performative Materials in Architecture and Design.” The book includes a chapter on advanced materials by Decker, which features works created at Decker Yeadon LLC in New York City. According to the publisher:  “‘Performative Materials in Architecture […]

Peter Yeadon lectures at SUNY Nano-Sensing symposium

Associate Professor Peter Yeadon has been invited to deliver a lecture at the upcoming Nano-Sensing: Vision Touch Soundsymposium, and participate in its panel discussion. The symposium will be hosted by the State University of New York, May 10-11, at SUNY Buffalo. Invited experts will focus on projects that disseminate information and ideas related to various aspects […]