BEEM LAB

Built Environment Ecosystems Measurements Laboratory (BEEM Lab) is a radical new experimental space with the goal of changing the way we decode and solve complex environmental challenges by allowing multiple stakeholders and decision makers to see information and impacts in a new way, by juxtaposing global and local data streams, aggregated statistics alongside critical in-situ information.

The mission of BEEM  Lab  is  to  unite  the  vast array of stakeholders across the built environment, public health and urbanization processes, to allow them to visualize and interactively query the value of different strategies.

BEEM Lab will expand to a  2nd  space in  New Haven to showcase R&D in an URBAN ELECTRIC DIORAMA that periodically  opens up to the  City,  allowing passersby to  view real-time experiments and design reviews.

   

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Yale Center for Ecosystems in Architecture

CEA 

Yale School of Architecture                      

180 York Street, New Haven, CT, 06511

203.432.2288 | cea@yale.edu

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