10.16.2017

LafargeHolcim Award Winners Terreform ONE.

WINNER: Cricket Shelter and Modular Edible Insect Farm by Terreform ONE
This pavilion demonstrates the possibility of local insect farming as a form of protein with low-resource intensity, New York, United States. This project proposes an alternative to animal meat production that emits just 1 % of the greenhouse gas emissions and requires 0.001 % of the land to produce the same amount of protein annually when compared to beef production.
www.lafargeholcim-foundation.org/projects/cricket-shelter

10.09.2017

Shukhov Lab Moscow, Lecture with Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE

Shukhov Lab Moscow, Laboratory for Experimental Urban Design,
National Research University Higher School of Economics, with Vicente Guallart.

Natural/ Designed Ecologies at Kent State with Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE


Kent State College of Architecture + Environmental Design - CAED
The 5th annual Water and Land symposium will provide a forum for today’s understandings of natural systems and contemporary innovative design approaches for improving cities and society. Topics of conservation/recreation; living materials/fabrication; and sustainable/urbanism will create discussion on the limits of knowledge and the road to greater environmental responsibility. Held on October 4th and 5th 2017, this symposium will attract more than 300 attendees from the many universities, federal, state and regional agencies, and private companies that populate northeastern Ohio and surrounding states. 

The conference will highlight new approaches to a variety of environmental and social issues through distinguished speakers and formal and informal discussions. A plenary session will set the stage for breakout sessions and posters in the afternoon. Breakout sessions will focus on “Conservation and Recreation,” “Living Materials,” and “Sustainable Urbanism.” These breakout sessions will be linked to poster sessions and will provide an opportunity for more specific discussions focused on key underlying issues. Registration is free and open to the public.

Keynote Address: Tim Beatley, University of Virginia, 
"Living Materials" Keynote: Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE
Reid Coffman, Architecture, Kent State University
James Fraser, Vanderbilt University
Laia Mogas Soldevila, Tufts University

Margarita Benitez, Fashion, Kent State University

Full Schedule at https://www.kent.edu/water

10.02.2017

Ambiguous Territory Exhibition with Terreform ONE at University of Michigan

Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural at A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan.

Exhibition Participants: Ellie Abrons, Paula Gaetano Adi + Gustavo Crembil, amid.cero9, Amy Balkin, Philip Beesley, Ursula Biemann, The Bittertang Farm, Borderlands Research Group, Edward Burtynsky, Bradley Cantrell, Design Earth, Mark Dion, Formlessfinder, Lindsey french, Adam Fure, Future Cities Lab, Geoarchitecture @ Westminster, Geofutures @ Rensselaer Architecture, Harrison Atelier, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, Lisa Hirmer, Lydia Kallipoliti + Andreas Theodoridis, Perry Kulper, Sean Lally, Lateral Office + LCLA, LiquidFactory,  LNDSCPR, Meredith Miller + Thom Moran, NaJa & deOstos, NEMESTUDIO, Mark Nystrom, Office for Political Innovation, The Open Workshop, pneumastudio, Rachele Riley, Alexander Robinson, RVTR, Smout Allen, smudge studio, Neil Spiller, Terreform ONE, Unknown Fields, Marina Zurkow.

https://taubmancollege.umich.edu/events/2017/10/05/exhibition-reception-ambiguous-territory-architecture-landscape-and-postnatural

TED City of Tomorrow, Delhi and London

Two TED Talks in two cities for the City of Tomorrow Symposium at the London Symphony Orchestra, St. Luke's building UK, and Aerocity, Delhi, India Sponsored by Ford.
Photos: 
TED/Paul Clarke
http://cityoftomorrow.fordap.com/speakers/