Fast Company Highlights Global Design Book

Fast Company: 7 Ways Architecture Can Tackle Global Warming
Scale is the issue explored in a new book called Global Design, drawn from the global warming-focused New York University project of the same name. In it, architects Louise Harpman and Mitchell Joachim along with Peder Anker of NYU's environmental studies department explore climate change solutions from the design world, both completed and conceptual.


College Art Association Talk with Mitchell Joachim

The College Art Association - Towards a Better Future: Art, Activism, Ideas, and Opportunities beyond the Studio. 
Chair: David Brown, Fine Art Museum, Western Carolina University.  
Part 2.
Elizabeth Thompson, Buckminster Fuller Challenge.
Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE.
Amina Ross, 3rd Language.  
The Autonomous Energy Research Lab. 
Part 1. Jules Rochelle, Social Practices Art Network, Patricia Jones, Eyebeam, Natalie Jeremijenko, xDesign, Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki, PlantBot Genetics


New Museum Book Launch for Global Design

Launch Party Thur. Feb 19th @6:30 pm New Museum, 235 Bowery, NYC for "Global Design: Elsewhere Envisioned," by Peder Anker, Louise Harpman, Mitchell Joachim

Support by Prestel and NYU Gallatin.


New Book, Global Design: Elsewhere Envisioned w/ Mitchell Joachim

Peder Anker, Louise Harpman, Mitchell Joachim, Global Design: Elsewhere Envisioned, Prestel/ Random House.

Works by: Hashim Sarkis, BIG Bjarke Ingels Group, Lateral Office, SIDL Spatial Information Design Lab, Richard Sommer, Reiser + Umemoto RUR Architecture, Axel Kilian, Rachel Armstrong, DJ Spooky (Paul Miller), Architecture Research Office, nea Studio Nina Edwards Anker, Specht Harpman, Mark Fornes THEVERYMANY, Ruy Klein, Interboro Partners, Terreform ONE/ Planetary ONE, R&Sie(n) Francois Roche, WORKac, AUM Studio, Aberrant Architecture, ACME, ATMOS, AWP, Creus e Carrasco Arquitectos, CUAC Arquitectura, David Kohn Architects, Doxiades+, Groundlab, Haugen/Zohar, HHF Architects, J. Mayer H., Lava Laboratory for Visionary Architecture, mi5 Arquitectos, MMW Architects, Ordinary  Magnus Larsson, OSA Office for Subversive Architecture, Raumlabor Berlin, Serie Architects, SLA, Studio Weave, TOPOTEK 1.

Design for Resilience Exhibition at BAC w/ Terreform ONE

Design for Resilience, Boston Architectural College (BAC), McCormick Gallery, MA.
Terreform ONE projects: Governors Hook, Resilient Water Infrastructure, and Urbaneering.


Arts, Research, Innovation and Society, Terreform ONE with Mitchell Joachim

Mitchell Joachim and Maria Aiolova, "The Heterodox Pedagogy: Hackerspaces and Collaborative Education in Design," Arts, Research, Innovation and Society, Editors-in-chief: Bast, Gerald, Carayannis, Elias G. Series Ed.: Campbell, David F.J. Springer, pp. 137-154.


CNN - Tech Behind Smart Cities w/ Mitchell Joachim

Solving parking crisesForget flying cars, city dwellers have more to gain from cars that stack. The idea of folding cars isn't new, but as urban parking spots become increasingly rare (and expensive), it's begun to look more promising. As a Ph.D. student at MIT, Mitchell Joachim was part of a group of researchers who came up with the idea of stackable cars. More than 10 years later, he's still hoping that car manufacturers will start producing cars like them. (He's developed a new iteration of the folding cars at his firm, Terreform ONE, a Brooklyn-based lab that experiments with innovative green designs.)
Ideally, the cars would be owned by the city and used by residents for daily commuting, alleviating traffic congestion. (There's been interest from governments in Spain and Berlin, but the funding has fallen short so far.) Think of it as a bike-sharing system merged with Zipcar. "When you're done using it, you'd leave it for other people," said Joachim. 

International Luxury Conference in Miami with Mitchell Joachim

The Next Big Thing Mitchell Joachim
The New York Times International Luxury Conference will be held for the first time in the United States December 1-3. Join Deborah Needleman, editor in chief, T Magazine, and Vanessa Friedman, fashion director, The New York Times, to explore how the fields of art, fashion and technology can be utilized and maximized to enhance the unique value of luxury companies and products.

Biofabricate Event w/ Mitchell Joachim

BIOFABRICATE is the world’s first summit dedicated to biofabrication for future industrial and consumer products. Biofabrication comprises highly disruptive technologies enabling design and manufacturing to intersect with the building blocks of life. Computers can now read and write with DNA. This is a world where bacteria, yeast, fungi, algae and mammalian cells grow and shape sustainable new materials.
Organized by Suzanne Lee and Biocouture.


Visualized Conference - Mitchell Joachim


ACSA Expanse Conference w/ Mitchell Joachim


Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Co-chairs: Winka Dubbeldam, UPenn + Nader Tehrani, MIT
Mitchell Joachim NYU, Terreform ONE
Robert Gerard Pietrusko Harvard
Rodolphe el-Khoury U. of Miami
David Benjamin Columbia U.
Peter Testa SCI-Arc
Skylar Tibbits MIT
Anna Dyson RPI
Simon Kim PennDesign
Evan Douglis RPI


Lecture at Frank Lloyd Wright's Monona Terrace w/ Mitchell Joachim

"The Next Big Shift: Urbanism Redefined," Presented by Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE at Monona Terrace, Madison, WI. 

MSN News - Sustainable cities of the future w/ Terreform ONE, Mitchell Joachim

MSN news: Mitchell Joachim is one of the world's leading innovators in ecological design and architecture. Through his firm Terreform ONE he invents a variety of sustainable proposals that fit in with the natural world rather than fighting against it, and one of the studio's most well-known projects is the Fab Tree Hab, shown here.


Sustainable Energy & Design Conerence, Bronx Community College with Mitchell Joachim

Center for Sustainable Energy, Bronx NY

AIA - Emergency! Design for Stressed Futures Jury Competition with Mitchell Joachim

In the year 2050, the environment fractures. Teams choose one of three scenarios and compete or collaborate for survival; an island site threatened by rising waters, an unstable hillside outside a dysfunctional city, or an escape pod from Earth. Make survival worth living through design. The scenarios are intended to provoke and excite teams to innovative and collaborative thinking - prepare for a fun and energizing day.

Mitchell Joachim, Ph.D., Assoc. AIA, Terreform ONE
Michael Berning, PE CEM LEED AP BD+C
Beth Blostein, RA
David Brehm, AIA LEED BD+C 



Dwell on Design w/ Mitchell Joachim

Matthew Hoffman and Francesca Giuliani, founders of Blank Space, share from their book “Fairy Tales: When Architecture Tells A Story” an unexpected, captivating anthology of “architectural fairy tales” written and illustrated by designers from all over the world. Contributors Eva Franch i Gilabert and Mitchell Joachim join the discussion, led by Dwell editor Kelsey Keith.

Grimshaw's The Future of Design w/ Mitchell Joachim

Join Grimshaw's New York office for The Future of Design: Agency, Opportunity, Change, a panel discussion about the social and environmental challenges we face and our role in shaping the future.

William Horgan, Partner, Grimshaw

David Turnbull
Director of ATOPIA and founder of ATOPIA_RESEARCH
Professor of Architecture at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union.

Andrew Revkin
Andrew Revkin is the senior fellow for environmental understanding at Pace University's Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and writes the award-winning Dot Earth blog for the Opinion section of The New York Times.

Anne Guiney
Director of Research, Van Alen Institute, writer, editor and project developer. Prior to this she led the Institute for Urban Design, a multi-disciplinary think tank of urbanists.

Mitchell Joachim
Mitchell Joachim PhD, Assoc. AIA, is a leader in ecological design, architecture and urbanism. He is a founding Co-President of Terreform ONE in 2006 and Associate Professor at New York University.

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Sustainable Building Summit: US Green Building Council - Keynote Mitchell Joachim

US Green Building Council - Utah Chapter


New book: Building from Waste essay by Mitchell Joachim

Hebel, Dirk E. / Wisniewska, Marta H. / Heisel, Felix (eds.), Building from Waste Recovered Materials in Architecture and Construction, "City and Refuse: Self-reliant Systems and Urban Terrains", Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE, BIRKHÄUSER, p. 20-25, 164-5.

In a number of essays, the US innovator in ecological design, Mitchell Joachim, Berlin-based urban designer, Jörg Stollmann, and Sascha Peters, the author of the bestselling Material Revolution 1 and 2, provide specific insights in planning and design for a zero waste future.


New book: The Idea of the Avant Garde – And What It Means Today essay by Mitchell Joachim

Marc James Léger, The Idea of the Avant Garde - And What It Means Today, Manchester University Press, 2104. Mitchell Joachim Hackerspace in Synthetic Biological Design.