Posts Tagged ‘Urban Design’

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 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 power plant exhibited in Glasgow

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and his collaborators in Scotland are exhibiting their new project WIND FORREST at The Lighthouse (11 Mitchell Lane) Scotland’s premier architecture gallery in Glasgow. The show will present the results of an international design competition, called LAGI Glasgow, which challenged competitors to bring creative solutions for clean energy infrastructure to a brownfield site in Glasgow. […]

Yeadon in Green Revolution Exhibition at MOAH

  Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) is featured as part of an exhibition entitled Green Revolution–LAGI: The Future of Energy is Here at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (665 West Lancaster Boulevard, Lancaster, CA). Yeadon’s project Light Sanctuary was a large solar powered generator designed in 2010 as a land art installation that generates 4,500 MWh […]

Yeadon joins NYC Climate Museum jury

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) has been invited to join Olafur Eliasson and James Stewart Polshek on the competition jury for The Climate Museum in New York City. The museum’s mission is to raise public awareness of our greatest challenge, climate change, and move that issue to the center of public life and civic engagement. […]

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 in new Turkish book on solar energy

A new book on solar energy, titled YENİ NESİL FOTOVOLTAİKLER, includes a large solar power generator that Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) worked on in 2010. The project was designed as a land art installation that generates 4,500 MWh of power annually for Dubai, UAE. The book was printed in English, but an English eBook […]

Yeadon work at Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum

A large solar power generator that Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) worked on, when he was a Partner at Decker Yeadon LLC, was presented at the 2015 Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum in Vancouver. The project was designed as a land art installation that generates 4,500 MWh of power annually for Dubai, UAE. The work […]

Innovating Urban Districts: place making in the “Creative Capital”

Places do not grow organically. Every place is socially, economically, and structurally produced and designed by people, and not without equal parts conflict, creativity, and community collaboration. We welcome you to attend a panel discussion between planners, designers, and scholars from across the US about innovative place-making practices and paradigms. Bob Azar, Associate Professor of […]