La bionique: Fab Tree Hab

Agnès Guillot & Jean-Arcady Meyer, La bionique: Quand la science imite la nature, p. 23, Dunod, Paris, 2008.

EdA Architecture Magazine: Fab Tree Hab

Maurizio Meossi, "Veget-arch. Quando l'Architettura diviene Natura," EdA esempi di Architettura, il prato, pp. 182- 187, anno I, n. 3/2007. http://www.esempidiarchitettura.it/


Teaching at Parsons

Mitchell Joachim will be teaching Environmental Design at Parsons The New School for Design in NYC.

Lecture at University in Guatemala

Ecotransology, Mitchell Joachim, Ph.D. at Francisco Marroquin University in Guatemala School of Architecture, Aug. 18th, 2008. Universidad Francisco Marroquí­n, Facultad de Arquitectura, 6 Calle final, zona 10Edificio Académico, D-614, Guatemala, Guatemala.


New Museum of Contemporary Art Panel Presentaion

Panel: The Visual Rhetoric of Environmentalism for the New Museum of Contemporary Art, "After Nature," exhibition. As scientific consensus about global warming gains traction with the public, this panel explores how such knowledge—and the environmental strategies it prompts—should be expressed visually. Panelists: Dr. Cameron Tonkinwise, Charles M. Blow, and Mitchell Joachim. Moderated by Brian Sholis, editor of Artforum.com. Saturday, August 16, at 3PM New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York, NY. http://www.newmuseum.org/events/220


Fab Tree Hab on HGTV Extreme Living

Home & Garden TV FAB TREE HAB: Imagine the day when tree houses are no longer just for kids, when adults will actually get to live in a fully-functional home morphed out of living, breathing trees. Thank You: Lightworks-KPI Productions, Andrea Pilat, Mashizan Masjum, Joanne Azern, Sarah Hodgson, Neri Oxman, Jesse Dobbie, Christopher Cassel, Tim McGarvey, Bob & Lauren Sarafan, Richard Reames, and more... AIR TIMES: July 13, 2008 10:00 PM ET/PT July 14, 2008 2:00 AM ET/PT September 04, 2008 9:30 PM ET/PT September 05, 2008 1:30 AM ET/PT http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/shows_hxmlv/episode/0,3200,HGTV_31776_58083,00.html


Kate Orff Studio Review at GSAPP

On jury for Kate Orff, Principal of Scape, Adv. Arch. mid-review, July 09 at Columbia, entitled CarboNYC. Students are looking at 3 sites and programs as a way to critique, participate in and visualize the Mayor's PLANYC 2030 initiative to reduce carbon emissions by 30%. --Looks Great!