Dwell - Three Buildings with Mitchell Joachim

Dwell Magazine; Mitchell Joachim's Foundational Buildings. In this installment of Three Buildings, we put our standard question—which three buildings have changed the way you think about design—to Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE. Known for his meathouses and soft cars, and this little story in our May 2012 issue, I had no idea what he'd come back with as foundational buildings. Read on to see what moves this fascinating architect and don't miss him in conversation with Dwell's editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron at Dwell on Design 2012 this June in Los Angeles.
  1. Sea Ranch Chapel
    Hubbell & Hubbell Architects
  2. Mason's Bend Community Center
    Samuel Mockbee, Rural Studio, Auburn University
  3. Hylozoic Ground with Protocells
    Philip Beesley and Rachel Armstrong


Chicago River Summit

Mitchell Joachim, Ph.D., Assoc. AIA, Co-President, Terreform ONE + Partner, NYU Prof.
Laurel Ross, Urban Conservation Director-Environment, Culture, and Conservation-Chicago Region, The Field Museum
Congressman Michael Quigley, Illinois 5th District and long-time river activist
Geoffrey Baer, Program Host and Producer, WTTW Channel 11 Chicago

Workshop on Prototyping Futures in Rotterdam

Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam University.
 Workshop on 
Instant City / workshop with Mitchell Joachim
Willem de Koning Academy, Wijnhaven 61, Rotterdam


Manhattan Info-model of Wall Street Earnings

Comparison of Wall Street Income Relative to Manhattan Residents in 2012.
Credits: Terreform ONE, Mitchell Joachim, Maria Aiolova, Melanie Fessel, Adrian De Silva, Laura Goard, Ian Newborn, Caleb Lowery, Kieran Thomas, Viagnehy Fernandez,


Beaux Arts magazine; Terreform ONE

Celine Saraiva, Le Futur De L'Architecture, Rapid re(f)use: waste to resource city 2120, Beaux Arts, No. 333, March 2012, p. 73.