Posts Tagged ‘publications’

Yeadon featured in new transdisciplinary book: XXL – XS

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) has been included in a new book by Actar Publishers, the book features a  nano-robotics project developed at his practice in New York City. The book, XXL – XS. New Directions in Ecological Design, was edited by Dr. Mitchell Joachim (New York University) and Michael Silver (University of Buffalo), with interviews and […]

Yeadon Thrice Featured in Transmaterial Next

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 […]

Yeadon project featured in Landscape Architecture

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and his collaborators in Scotland are featured in the March issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine for their large land art installation project, Wind Forest. In his article entitled, The Art of Infrastructure, staff writer Timothy E. Schuler examines the new energy infrastructure that will be provided by wind power and reviews a number […]

Yeadon Project Published in The Environment

  Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and his collaborators in Scotland were featured in the February issue of The Environment for their work on Wind Forest, a public art power generator project. In the article entitled, The Great Energy Transition, authors Robert Ferry, Chris Fremantle, and Elizabeth Monoian state that “In order to entice people […]

Yeadon Spys Urban Surveillance Interview

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) was recently interviewed by theorist Felix Hoepner on the theme of expanded urban surveillance for the new edition of Moinopolis, which is an annual publication that disseminates explorations on contemporary problems by architectural theorists. The theme of this year’s edition is Observations, which “aims to approach new strategies of spatial […]

Yeadon Nanomaterials Article in Paprika

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) is featured in the next issue of Paprika, a publication produced by architecture students and faculty at Yale University. This edition is entitled On the Advantages and Disadvantages of Instrumentality for Architecture and asks external contributors to critically investigate the power and pitfalls of instruments and instrumentalization. The publication will encourage critical reflections on our […]

Yeadon Project Published in XXI Architecture and Design Magazine

Peter Yeadon (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and his collaborators in Scotland have had their public art sculpture, Wind Farm, published by XXI Architecture & Design Magazine in Istanbul. In her article Public Art to Generate Green Power Hülya Ertaş noted that the permanent installation uses an innovative form of oscillating wind power to generate electricity at […]

Yeadon Featured in Biomimetica e Architettura

A new Italian book by Roberto Pagani, Giacomo Chiesa, and Jean-Marc Tulliani features an interactive facade system prototype made by Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture). Yeadon, fabricated the prototype with dielectric elastomer smart materials that can change shape and perform work, effectively behaving like artificial muscles to change the surface of the facade. The book, […]

Yeadon in The Guardian

Friday’s edition of The Guardian newspaper featured a large solar power generator that Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) worked on back in 2010. The project was designed as a land art installation that generates 4,500 MWh of power annually for Dubai, UAE. In her article, titled “Public art projects that double as renewable energy sources,” […]

Yeadon work in Hypernatural book

Work by Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) appears in a new Princeton Architectural Press book, titled “Hypernatural: Architecture’s New Relationship with Nature.” In Hypernatural, architecture and material experts Blaine Brownell and Marc Swackhamer present an international collection of forty-two case studies that illustrate astonishing new applications made possible by using biomimicry to create intelligent buildings […]