2.02.2016

White Box Art Center Exhibition, Terreform ONE

White Box Group Exhibit: #makeamericagreatagain
Artists include: Mac Premo + Duke Riley | Louise Fishman | Regina Jose Galindo

Kyle Goen | Federico Solmi | Ivan Navarro | Cris Gianakos | James Hyde
Jaishri Abichandani | Conrad Atkinson | Isaac Aden
ANVIL Collective | Luis Alonzo Barkigia | Majeed Benteeha
Terry Berkowitz | Hans Breder | Blue Noses | Alberto Borea
Robert Boyd | Juanli Carrion | Paolo Cirio | Tony Conway | Joseph DeLappe
 Dread Scott | Eduardo Gil | Mathew Grenier | Glenn Goldberg
Pablo Helguera | Richard Humann | Samuel Jablon
Juan Lazaro + Jevijoe Vitug | Alexander Kosolapov | Teresa Margolles
Ferran Martin | Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo | Mary Mattingly
Yusef Merhi  | Igor Molochevski | Ivan Navarro
Robert Priseman | Fariden Sakhaeifar | PS3 | Joaquin Segura
Vitaly Komar | Edgar Serrano | Elliott Sharp | Wolodymyr Starosolsky
Quintin Rivera Toro | Terreform ONE | Wojtek Ulrich
 Ruben Verdu | Roberto Visani | Johan Wahlstrom | Jordan Weber | Roger Welch
Hans Winkler and more

#makeamericagreatagain is a group exhibition of diverse media that will run during February and coincide with the initial Democratic and Republican primaries.  The exhibition’s title is culled verbatim from Donald Trump’s campaign slogan. Appropriation does not stop there, however, for #makeamericagreatagain thematically rubs up against the demagoguery prevalent in the current American social and political landscape and rhetoric espoused by primary candidates to engender fear in the American public. Curated by Raul Zamudio and Juan Puntes / Co-curated by Blanca De La Torre.
A group show in response to the 2016 presidential election charade

1.19.2016

Institute for the Future at the Ford Foundation with Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE

THE FUTURES EDGE FOR CITIES: A 20-YEAR VIEW A CURATED ENCOUNTER
FORD FOUNDATION, NYC.
The cities of the next decade will be the testing ground for the grandest human experiments—in biology, in social physics, and in public imagination. There are stories lurking just below the surface of our cities that can help us sense our future directions - Biofutures in Cities:
 

Eri Gentry, Research Manager, Institute for the Future
Rachel Armstrong, Professor of Experimental Architecture, University of Newcastle
Nicola Twilley, Edible Geography, Gastropod, The New Yorker
Mitchell Joachim, Co-Founder, Terreform ONE

Isabel Behncke Izquierdo, Primatologist
Rachel Hatch, Research Director, Institute for the Future
Paola Antonelli, Curator MoMA

1.15.2016

Greening Cities Outside the Central City: Green Urbanism in the Global Suburb

Presented by the Urban Democracy Lab with funding from NYU’s Global Initiative for Advanced Studies. Co-sponsored by Global Design NYU.
All day event with moderators: Mitchell Joachim and Louise Harpman.
Our future lies in cities, and everyone agrees that our cities need to be greener and more sustainable. Most examinations of green urbanism focus on projects in urban centers, but another key aspect of urbanization is suburban development occurring outside the central city areas. In this public conversation, Roger Keil, professor of Environmental Studies at York University, Toronto, and Julie Sze, professor and Director of American Studies at University of California, Davis, discuss where global suburbanism and urban environmentalism intersect and help us imagine how a democratic political space can emerge from this moment of possibility.

1.07.2016

Green Sense Radio with Mitchell Joachim Terreform ONE

http://greensensefarms.com/green-sense-radio/
Robert Colangelo is founder and host of the nationally syndicated Green Sense Radio show. Recorded live on the Farm, Green Sense Radio features entrepreneurs, innovators, academics, and policy makers who are making the world a better place.
Guest appearance by Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE.
http://greensensefarms.com/green-sense-radio/ 

The furniture of the future could be grown instead of built, saving on resources. This is a fascinating design concept from Dr. Mitchell Joachim, Associate Professor at NYU and co-founder of the non-profit Terreform ONE.

1.04.2016

Frame Magazine - Mycoform by Terreform ONE

http://store.frameweb.com/frame-publishers-frame-107.html
Tracey Ingram, Material Futures, Terreform ONE Mycoform Surface, Frame Publishers,  #107 Nov/Dec 2015, pp. 168-69.
http://store.frameweb.com/frame-publishers-frame-107.html

12.29.2015

TECH TIMES Biohacking The Future Of New York City With Terreform ONE

http://www.techtimes.com/articles/119968/20151229/biohacking-the-future-of-new-york-city-with-terraform-one.htm
http://www.techtimes.com/articles/119968/20151229/biohacking-the-future-of-new-york-city-with-terraform-one.htm
Biohacking The Future Of New York City With Terreform ONE : FUTURE TECH : Tech Times
By Stacey Szewczyk, Tech Times | December 29, 2015
Workplace directives to "think outside of the box" have become as commonplace as telecommuting and space sharing, but true innovation remains rare. What if your company's mandate was to reinvent the wheel? Terreform ONE is a Brooklyn-based design studio that uses design-thinking, biological engineering and a mixed bag of uncategorizable disciplines to do just that.
"A lot of what we're doing is in the realm of science and also in the realm of policy regulation," says co-founder Mitchell Joachim from his Brooklyn Navy Yard workshop, where projects resembling grass-sprouting lunar modules wait beside seats shaped like dinosaur vertebrae for their runs on the world's production lines. They're baffling at first glance but, once explained, they make enough design sense to have a decent shot at market attention in the next decade.

12.15.2015

Global Design NYU Ice Action COP21

NYU Faculty and Students Stage Climate Deal Now Action


Nodes & Networks: The city as Superorganism

Nodes and Networks is a series of collective art and science experiments exploring biological systems as a model and metaphor for social intervention. Taking inspiration from slime mold navigation, bacterial communication, and insect cooperation, a group of artists, designers, and scientists are collaborating on a series of public experiments and interventions across New York City.
Adrian Fessel, biophysicist, University of Bremen
Alison Irvine, theater artist, Cut Paste Grow
Mitchell Joachim, architect, Terraform ONE
Oliver Kellhammer, artist and urban ecologist, Parsons School of Design
Sarah Kornbluth, bee ecologist, Rutgers University
Jonghyun Lee, biophysicist, University of Bremen
Colleen Macklin, games designer, Parsons School of Design
Christine Marizzi, geneticist, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Christina Oettmeier, biochemist, University of Bremen
Pia O’Neill, neuroscientist, Columbia University
Jennifer Sta. Ines, geospatial analyst, NYC Department of Transportation
Lior Zalmanson, internet researcher, NYU School of Business
Organizers
Heather Barnett, artist and educator, University of the Arts London; founder, The Slime Mould Collective
Nurit Bar Shai, arts and culture director, GenSpace
Daniel Grushkin, program director, Biodesign Challenge
Julia Buntaine, director, SciArt Center
Hans-G√ľnther D√∂bereiner, biophysicist, University of Bremen

Rubin Museum of Art Talk on The Fountainhead

On the surface, The Fountainhead is a story of one man, Howard Roark, and his struggles as an architect in the face of a successful rival, Peter Keating, and a newspaper columnist, Ellsworth Toohey. But the film, with a screenplay by Ayn Rand from her own novel, addresses a number of universal themes: the strength of the individual, the tug between good and evil, and the threat of fascism.
http://rubinmuseum.org/events/event/the-fountainhead-12-11-2015

AIA New York Lecture: The Edge of Practice

AIA NY The Edge of Practice - Speakers:
William D. Browning, Partner, Terrapin Bright Green LLC
Mitchell Joachim, Co-Founder, Terreform ONE; Associate Professor of Practice, NYU
Amanda Lehman, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, Senior Associate, COOKFOX Architects. 
Pat Sapinsley, AIA, Managing Director, Cleantech Initiatives, Urban Future Lab/ NYC ACRE/ Powerbridge, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Moderator: Cathleen McGuigan, Editor-in-Chief, Architectural Record

Spark Award Terreform ONE Finalist



http://www.sparkawards.com/galleries/index.cfm?entry=4ADF15CC-E656-4860-B77D88B06852AD2C


12.02.2015

Terreform One: Designing for Climate Change | #BHeard



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BRIC TV Terreform ONE Mitchell Joachim

This video is from BRIC TV— the first 24/7 television channel created by, for, and about Brooklyn. It is the borough's source for local news, Brooklyn culture, civic affairs, music, arts, sports, and technology. BRIC TV features programming produced and curated by BRIC, an arts and media nonprofit located in Downtown Brooklyn, NYC.

11.24.2015

Storefront for Art and Architecture Closed Worlds Competition Jury



Storefront for Art and Architecture will open Closed Worlds, an exhibition of 41 living prototypes built over the last century that present an unexplored genealogy of closed resource regeneration systems. JURY members include: 
Michelle Addington, Hines Professor of Sustainable Architectural Design at Yale University.
Eva Franch, Director of Storefront for Art and Architecture.
Mitchell Joachim, Associate Professor at NYU and Co-Founder of Terreform ONE.
Lydia Kallipoliti, Assistant Professor of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Curator of Closed Worlds exhibition.
Michael Young, Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Cooper Union and Principal of Young/Ayata Architects.
Supported by the Graham Foundation and the New York State Council for the Arts.

11.17.2015

UN Headquarters Presentation by Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE

http://webtv.un.org/watch/innovative-practices-in-disaster-risk-reduction-and-response/4618819248001
UN Headquarters Event by moderator, Dutch Ambassador to the UN H.E. Karel van Oosterom. Innovative practices in Disaster Risk Reduction and Response.
Speakers:
• Dr. Han Seung-soo, Special Envoy for Disaster Risk Reduction & Water
• H.E. Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Dutch Minister for Infrastructure and the Environment
• H.E. Mr. Francisco Tenya, Deputy Representative, Permanent Mission of Peru to the UN
• Mr. Edgar Westerhof, National Director for Flood Risk and Resiliency Arcadis
• Mr. Bert Diphoorn, AKVO USA
Dr. Mitchell Joachim, Associate Professor NYU / ONE ARCHITECTURE
• Mr. Daniel Pittman, business manager Strategy / Innovation at OMA Architects

http://webtv.un.org/watch/innovative-practices-in-disaster-risk-reduction-and-response/4618819248001 

11.15.2015

MIT Media Lab Disrupting Mobility lecture Mitchell Joachim

The Disruptive Mobility Summit brings together leaders from academia, industry, and government to discuss the role of disruptive innovations within the mobility networks. Media Lab Disrupting Mobility lecture Mitchell Joachim.

11.10.2015

POLITICO Magazine - Bio City Terreform ONE’s Mitchell Joachim


POLITICO Magazine - Bio City is a mini-documentary on Terreform ONE’s Mitchell Joachim as he pushes the boundaries of architecture with experimental materials such as living trees and engineered animal tissue — to design future cities that merge with nature.
http://www.politico.com/magazine/video/2015/11/bio-city.html

11.04.2015

New York Exhibit Terreform ONE Post Carbon City State

Terreform ONE Post Carbon City State New York: Rezoned Circular Economy
 New York, I Love You, But…— an exhibition on the changing nature of New York City. A collection of works in painting, photography, video, architectural proposals, sculpture, and sound works from more than a dozen artists and innovators.
Nov. 5, 2015 through Jan. 26, 2016 at its 1 Washington Place.
http://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/news/2015/10/29/new-york-i-love-you-buton-view-at-gallatin-galleries-nov-5-jan-26.html

11.03.2015

Book Event at NYU

NYU Gallatin Event series at which professors read from recently published books, offers a glimpse into the Gallatin faculty's latest scholarship.
Peder AnkerLouise HarpmanMitchell Joachim will read from their collaborative book, Global Design: Elsewhere Envisioned, which explores design solutions to address global warming.
Mitchell Joachim will also read from Super Cells: Building with Biology (co-authored with Nina Tandon), which examines technology and artworks built using cells.
Gianpaolo Baiocchi will read from The Civic Imagination: Making a Difference in American Political Life (co-authored with Elizabeth Bennett, Alissa Cordner, Stephanie Savell, and Peter Klein), which draws on ethnographic studies to understand how contemporary Americans think about and work toward social and political change.

10.28.2015

Wood At Work Conference with Mitchell Joachim

woodatwork.nyc 
International, interdisciplinary, and intimate event in New York City will explore the most advanced ideas, theories, and practices around wood use and forest conservation and management, and investigate the role of wood in construction, the global environment, and climate discourse -- The Wildlife Conservation Society’s world-famous Bronx Zoo, in the Schiff Family Great Hall.

10.27.2015

Biodesign Challenge NYU Team

Students from top design schools around the country spend the semester envisioning how cells, microbes, and other living things can remake the products and processes of our made world. Mitchell Joachim is the leading faculty member for the NYU architecture and design group.
http://biodesignchallenge.org/schools/nyu/

9.30.2015

University of Virginia School of Architecture Lecture with Mitchell Joachim

Myles K. Thaler Memorial Lecture and Exhibition: Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE
University of Virginia.
http://www.arch.virginia.edu/events/myles-k-thaler-memorial-lecture-mitchell-joachim

Brooklyn Magazine Inside New Lab, Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE at the Navy Yard


http://www.bkmag.com/2015/09/29/inside-new-lab-how-the-brooklyn-navy-yards-innovation-hub-is-shaping-the-future/

Inside New Lab: How the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Innovation Hub Is Shaping the Future, Carey Dunne, Oct. 2015, pp. 34-36.

Who they are and what they do:
Cofounded by Mitchell Joachim and Maria Aiolova, Terreform ONE [Open Network Ecology] is a non-profit experimental green design laboratory creating concepts to advance cities across architecture, industrial design, and landscape ecology. Think buildings made of living trees, houses made of meat, and chairs grown from mycelium.
The perks of working at New Lab:
“There is no office space like this. We’re in the center of a high-tech elf workshop. We’re a combination of a coworking space and a maker community, and we get to collaborate with people in other companies with vastly different backgrounds and skill sets.”
What’s coming next:
“For years, we’ve been working on the ‘Post Carbon City State,’ a speculative model for a future Manhattan with zero carbon footprint, made entirely of green stuff: a light rail instead of cars, buildings with sides covered in plants for better air quality, etc.,” Joachim says.
Coolest recent projects:
“The Plug-In Ecology Urban Farm Pod, a giant sphere in which you can grow food in urban areas (in apartments, on balconies or rooftops),” Terreform ONE cofounder Mitchell Joachim says. “With arduino controllers connected to an app, you can check up on how your kale is ready to eat or tomatoes aren’t yet ripe.”

http://www.bkmag.com/2015/09/29/inside-new-lab-how-the-brooklyn-navy-yards-innovation-hub-is-shaping-the-future/

9.10.2015

Hopscotch Design Festival with Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE


Hopscotch Design Festival gathers thinkers, makers and storytellers to share ideas and foster conversations about how design is shaping the future. It features national and local presenters who work across graphic design, urban planning, user experience design, technology, architecture, music, food, film and more. Hopscotch Design will feature more than 30 interactive sessions, workshops and parties in multiple venues in downtown Raleigh, NC.
http://hopscotchdesignfest.com/news/2015/mitchell-joachim#.VfGIFXvHfxg

9.02.2015

ACADIA Exhibition Terreform ONE

The ACADIA 2015 conference, titled Computational Ecologies: Design in the Anthropocene, seeks to expand the topic of environmental discourse beyond purely practical issues of “performance” as a general means of engaging experimental contemporary design that explores aesthetic, conceptual, and even philosophical levels as well. The currated projects exhibition expands on the topic while featuring recent work by cero 9Stefan BehnischNADAAANew TerritoriesPhilippe Rahmallthatissolid CASECODAEASTON+COMBSENDEMICform-ulaGeofuturesCesare GriffaHANNAHCiro Najle + Lluis Ortegapneumastudio, and Terreform ONE.
http://2015.acadia.org/exhibition.html

8.31.2015

Ruler Architecture and Urban Design

Launched in 2015, Ruler is a unique full service global office of architecture, ecological planning, landscape and urban design at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York U.S.A.

7.30.2015

The Atlantic LIVE with Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE

LIVE: Framing the Future: Art, Tech and What We'll Become.
Fred Dust, Partner IDEO
Mitchell Joachim, Co-Founder Terreform ONE
Derek Thompson, Senior Editor The Atlantic

The program will feature immersive content and large-scale art installations that bring to life transformative tech in fields like health, urban design, energy and the environment. 
http://www.theatlantic.com/live/events/framing-the-future/2015/?fb_ref=Default  

7.28.2015

1st Place International Architecture Awards Terreform ONE

Terreform ONE has WON 1st Place for the International Architecture Awards (IAA) 2015 in Urban Design.
Jury included: Jing Liu (SO-IL), Preston Scott Cohen (USA), Keith Griffiths (Chairman, Aedas), Weichi Chen (Perkins Eastman), Gurjit Singh Matharoo (India).
http://www.architecturepodium.org/portfolio/resilient-water-infrastructure-terreform-one/

7.20.2015

Mitchell Joachim selected in "50 Under 50"

Mitchell Joachim, NYU/ Terreform ONE was honored as one of the "Fifty Under Fifty: Innovators of the 21st Century," by jury, Stanley Tigerman, Jeanne Gang, Qingyun Ma, and Marion Weiss. Images Publishing Group (IMAGES) have released a monograph that highlights key projects. Beverly Russell, Eva Maddox, and Farooq Ameen have written the book. As a winner of the award a section in the book showcases: Urbaneering Brooklyn 2110 Self-Sufficient City, Fab Tree Hab: An Edible Prefab Home for Humanity, and Bio City Map of 11 Billion.
http://imagespublishing.com/products/fifty-under-fifty-innovators-of-the-21st-century

2050: Designing Our Tomorrow, Mitchell Joachim with Terreform ONE

"A Century of Ecological Innovation," Mitchell Joachim, 2050: Designing Our Tomorrow, Chris Luebkeman (ed.), AD (Architectural Design), Wiley, July/Aug. No. 236, pp. 68-73, 135.

7.01.2015

How to Stop Humans From Filling the World With Trash with Mitchell Joachim Terreform ONE


The Atlantic, Alana Semuels, July/August 2015 Issue
"How to Stop Humans From Filling the World With Trash" 
From the article: Skyscrapers Made of Garbage
We already turn water bottles into fleece, plastic bags into deck material, roofing into pavement. But ideas abound for more-futuristic forms of recycling. Mitchell Joachim, a co-founder of Terreform ONE, a design firm based in New York, proposes crushing trash and molding it into Tetris‑esque blocks that we could use to build islands and skyscrapers. Joachim’s firm has created architectural plans for a 53-story tower made with the waste New Yorkers produce in 24 hours. A group in Guatemala called Pura Vida is already working on a low-tech version of the same idea; it promotes the use of a building material it calls an “eco-block”—just a plastic bottle stuffed with trash—that it says makes for excellent insulation and is safe in earthquakes.

Joachim, of Terreform ONE, says the planned obsolescence of products should be outlawed. So-called extended-producer-responsibility laws could require manufacturers to fund and manage the recycling of their goods so that the private sector, rather than the public, is responsible for products at the end of their life, giving companies an incentive to make their products last longer. The beginning of the cycle, not the end, might be when we can most effectively eliminate trash. 
http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/07/future-of-trash/395279/