Sustainable Urbanism book

Sustainable Urbanism and Beyond: Rethinking Cities for the Future, by Tigran Haas (ed). Rizzoli, 2012.  Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE, "Envisioning Ecological Cities, projects; Rapid Re(f)use, One Hour Tower, Homeway," pp. 240-245.


City Cycle Rail

The City Cycle Rail: Recumbent bike PRT System for NY, Terreform ONE; Mitchell Joachim, Melanie Fessel, and Fred James.

International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities Magazine

Mitchell and Douglas Joachim, Terreform ONE, NY River Gym, sb, International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities (IAKS), 1/2012, p.10.


Futuristic: Visions of Future Living

Mitchell Joachim, Maria Aiolova, Terreform ONE, Futuristic: Visions of Future Living, daab books, Editors: Caroline Klein, Prof. Dr. Stefanie Lieb
What will the world look like in a hundred years from now? If global processes cannot be stopped, we at least have the chance to respond to them. Cities, shooting up like mushrooms, a shortage of resources, and climatic changes call for a new way of thinking. Time is pressing. Fortunately, there is no lack of visionaries and pioneers of sustainability. Futuristic presents about 50 of them: designers, architects, artists, scientists, cooperatives, and individualists, who are working for progress all around the globe. “We do not actually want to conquer space, but to expand the earth into the infinite. We do not need other worlds, but a mirror … Man needs fellow human beings.” [Stanislav Lem, Solaris, 1972]

Introduction by Prof. Dr. Stefanie Lieb.

Essays by Kaas Oosterhuis, The Why Factory (t?f), Florian Heilmeyer, Winka Dubbeldam, J. Mayer H., Christoph Ingenhoven, Philippe Rahm, Dickson Despommier, Caroline Klein, Alberto T. Estévez, Mitchell Joachim and Maria Aiolova.


TED panel: Challenges of a Sustainable Energy Future

The panel, titled Putting Energy in its Place: How Better Design & Better Batteries Can Lead to a Better Future, will address the issue of long-term energy storage to meet the world’s evolving energy consumption needs. Under the moderation of Thomas Goetz, executive editor for WIRED Magazine, David Klanecky, senior business director for Dow Energy Materials, Mitchell Joachim, associate professor at New York University (NYU) and co-founder of Terreform ONE, and Clay Phillips, director of technology and energy intelligence at General Motors, will explore the ways in which energy can be most efficiently transmitted, distributed and stored to meet the demand for energy globally.
“The challenges presented by our energy future are very real, and they will require more than new alternative energy sources to solve them,” said Klanecky, who leads the recently-launched Dow Energy Materials, a global business unit that harnesses Dow’s materials science, manufacturing, global marketing and R&D strengths to meet today’s energy storage challenges. “Through thoughtful discussion in events, such as TED, we are working to harness creativity and innovation to solve increasingly complex global challenges.”