TRANSFORMING THE DNA OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT - RSVP

The Center for Ecosystems in Architecture at Yale (CEA) is inviting you to our Spring Meeting "TRANSFORMING THE DNA OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT": Linking the Grand Challenges of Energy, Water, Air, Food, and Material Life Cycle through the Mission of Emergency Housing.

SPRING MEETING

Date: May 14th, 2018

Time: 09:30 am to 6:30 pm

Location: New Lab, Brooklyn Navy Yard, 19 Morris Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205

    ENERGY / WATER / ECOSYSTEM / MATERIALS / DATA

    "TRANSFORMING THE DNA OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT" is a two-part meeting held in the Spring and Fall of 2018 to kick off a collaboration between The Center for Ecosystems in Architecture at Yale (CEA - pronounced ‘see’) and New Lab. In Spring 2018, we will meet to discuss new strategies for linking systems for energy, water, air, food and material life cycle through the mission of emergency housing, which will be the subject of a 36-month research, development and demonstration project. In Fall 2018, we will meet to tackle the innovative ways in which new DNA for materials, devices and integrated systems could lead to fundamentally different infrastructural models for distributing resources at the urban and district scales. We will begin with keynote addresses, followed by presentations and discussions through the morning and afternoon. We will close out the day with a hosted networking reception from 5pm-6.30pm. To view the full Agenda, please click here: https://www.architecture.yale.edu/calendar/154-transforming-the-dna-of-the-built-environment
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