A meat home on the renewable range by Christopher Hume Sat. Jan. 23, 2010, Toronto Star "
To save the world, we must first reinvent it. So says Brooklyn-based architect and visionary Mitchell Joachim. And he's not talking about tinkering here or tweaking there, but a total remake, top to bottom. His proposals range from impact-absorbing "soft cars" and towers clad in compacted trash to movable dwellings and "meat houses". If that strikes you as scary, relax. This is one revolution we're going to enjoy."
Dr. Joachim is the Visiting Frank Gehry Chair at the University of Toronto. Named in honour of Frank O. Gehry, this endowed chair brings a highly recognized international architect to teach a graduate studio and deliver a public lecture at Daniels each year. http://www.daniels.utoronto.ca/people/faculty/gehry_chair/1310
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