Angus Eade is a designer and educator working at the intersection of Architecture, Industrial Design, and Emergent Technology. Eade is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Kentucky, and the founder and director of Eade Design.
Eade received his Master’s degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design  where he was a recipient of the Araldo A. Cosutta Prize for Design Excellence and the James Templeton Kelley Prize for his work on integrated building systems. Spanning more than two decades, Eade’s professional career prior to founding his own practice, includes work with a number of award winning firms including Arup, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, and IDEO. His work and residence history spans the USA, Asia, and Europe.
Eade has taught previously at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Harvard University, and at the Architectural Institute in Moscow Russia. His research trajectories, which coincide and extend his pursuits as a student, professor, and practitioner, include building systems integration and optimization enlisting emerging materials and techniques.