Victor J. Papanek Foundation Winners Announced

Mitchell Joachim, Planetary ONE, and Terreform has been selected as Finalists in the Design for the Real World Redux: An International Design Competition and Exhibition: Museum of Arts and Design in New York in partnership with the Victor J. Papanek Foundation at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Austrian Cultural Forum NYC.  The winning entries will be featured in exhibitions held at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (November 10, 2011-January 31, 2012) and at the Museum of Arts and Design and/or the Austrian Cultural Forum New York (March 6-June 17, 2012) depending on the number of finalists.

Current TV: Urban Mobilty with Terreform


Terreform Company Profile in Google Think Quarterly

Innovation Spaces  Terreform ONE is a non-profit design group that promotes green design in cities. It is based in Brooklyn, New York. At Terreform ONE we need ‘messy’ spaces to create a massive outpouring of projects and models. We have a collection of materials and artifacts found throughout the city of New York that add to the environment. These seemingly random objects are essential to helping us formulate complex morphologies into tangible suppositions.  Design is seeing new qualities in everyday objects. We surround ourselves with these seemingly random items to be inspired just so. Our working studio is similar to the toymaker’s shop in Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner – a physical narrative of possibilities ready to be animated. -- Mitchell Joachim, Co-founder
by Holly Finn and Matt Bochensk, Google Think Quarterly



Gopher Magazine: Mitchell Joachim

"On City Limits," Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE, Gopher Illustrated, 2011, Vol. 2, pp. 12-13

Green Builder Magazine: Terreform

"Made to Travel: Homeway" by Linda Leake, Green Builder, June 2011, p.22.

Lecture: Proteus Gowanus

Attainable Sustainable Cities
Thursday, June 30 at 7pm

A presentation and discussion with
Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE and Dickson Despommier of The Vertical Farm