Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Yeadon Wins London International Creative Award

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and two collaborators has just received an award at the 2017 London International Creative Competition. Thousands of submissions were reviewed by the jury, which awarded an Honorable Mention to Yeadon, Jesse Asjes, and Laura Wickesberg for their BLOOM project. BLOOM regulates acoustic issues in large spaces by opening and closing […]

Cardini & Yeadon’s Black Flamingo Launches at ICFF

Paolo Cardini (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) and Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) will be launch an elegant new chair designed by them at the upcoming International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City. The designers exploited the lightweight strength and durability of carbon fiber composites to create a graceful chair, called Black Flamingo, that folds […]

Yeadon Project Published in Biomimicry Book

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) was recently featured in a new book on biomimicry, entitled, Interdisciplinary Expansions in Engineering and Design with the Power of Biomimicry. The chapter, Biomimetic Facade Applications for a More Sustainable Future, was written by Ayça Tokuç, Fatma Feyzal Özkaban and Özge Andiç Çakır includes Yeadon’s research on an interactive facade system . […]

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 Project Featured in Academic Paper

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) was recently featured in the Institute of Physics (IOP) Materials Science and Engineering conference publication for 2017. Dr. Bogusawa Konarzewska (Gdańsk University of Technology) presented a research paper entitled, Smart Materials in Architecture: Useful Tools with Practical Applications or Fascinating Inventions for Experimental Design?, which discussed an interactive facade system prototype […]

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 Project Published in Iran

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) was recently featured in research presented and published by Iranian engineers at the 2nd International Conference on Advanced Research Findings in Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urban Management. In their paper, titled رویکرد هوشمند سازی در نماهای متحرک ساختمان سازگار با محیط (An Intelligent Approach to Moving Environment-Friendly Buildings) Farnoush Namdarpour […]

Yeadon Lectures in Seoul

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) recently delivered a lecture at Ewha Womans University’s College of Art & Design in Seoul, Korea. His presentation included some of his current and recent projects that use advanced materials and manufacturing to achieve design innovation. He concluded with a focus on a fungal bioplastic that is soluble in water; he […]

Yeadon Project, Wind Forest, Exhibited in Houston

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and his collaborators in Scotland are featured in a new exhibition at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. The exhibition includes, Wind Forest, a permanent art  installation that uses placemaking and an innovative form of oscillating wind power to generate electricity at the scale of urban infrastructure. Capable of powering […]

Gaetano-Adi Explores Ambiguous Territory

Paula Gaetano Adi (Associate Professor, Experimental & Foundation Studies) is included in the group exhibition Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape and the Postnatural at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. The exhibition situates contemporary discourse and practices of architecture and landscape within the context of the Postnatural, the era of climate change, […]