Reflections

What does connected living really mean?

What does connected living really mean?
Connected living is the new buzzword that lays at the intersection of the tech, construction, architecture and design industries. It seems as thoug...

How smart design is pushing scientific research forward

How smart design is pushing scientific research forward
As written on the Victoria & Albert museum’s website “In the beginning science and art were one.” The development of research embedded in the c...

When it comes to sleep, businesses are finally waking up

When it comes to sleep, businesses are finally waking up
It seems that no matter where you look, businesses are doing everything they can to improve their customers’ sleep. And I don’t blame them – as we’...

Ethical design and going against the attention economy

Ethical design and going against the attention economy
Designing technology that prompts us to both engage and disengage with the devices we use is the dilemma of our times. When the world around us is ...

Health tech can improve the wellbeing of employees in the workplace

Health tech can improve the wellbeing of employees in the workplace
One of the fundamental issues across today’s workforce is attributed to sleep deprivation. A recent One RAND study estimates sleep deprivation cost...

The Weather Project: Sensing and Observing

The Weather Project: Sensing and Observing
A source of inspiration for LYS is the Danish/Icelandic contemporary artist, Olafur Eliasson. He works in the cross-field of art and science and us...

Modern cave people

Modern cave people
People who live in urban environments, essentially spend the majority of their time inside 'modern dim caves', away from the rhythmical change of c...