Michael Leighton Beaman is the founding principal of Beta-field, a design/research office run with Landscape Architect and educator Zaneta Hong. Michael is also a cofounding member of the design nonprofit GA Collaborative. Michael currently teaches at the University of Virginia where he is an Assistant Professor in Architecture and at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he is a critic in the Interior Architecture Dept. In addition to teaching and practice, Michael is a writer for Architectural Record focusing on design technologies and techno-centric design practices.
Beaman, Michael Leighton
"THE OYSTER BLOCKS PROJECT SUBAQUEOUS INTERVENTIONS FOR NON-HUMANS,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 8, Article 5.