7.03.2018

Gallatin Today, Changing the Conversation w/ Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE

Mitchell Joachim, Changing the Conversation: Gallatin Climate Change Initiative, Gallatin Today, NYU, pp. 2-5
https://gallatin.nyu.edu/about/gallatin-today--climate-change-initiative.html

UmweltDialog Magazine with Fab Tree Hab

Lucas Beesten, "Es kommt Leben in die Hutte," UmweltDialog, Aug. p. 78-79, 2018.
http://www.umweltdialog.de/de/verlag/Magazin.php

Design Intelligence Interview with Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE



Bob Fisher, 2Q edition of DesignIntelligence Quarterly "Design Thinking for a Better World: Interview with Mitchell Joachim" DesignIntelligence LLC 2018, pp. 36-39.

6.18.2018

School of the Earth with Terreform ONE









School of the Earth: NYU Gallatin 2061
Terreform ONE: Mitchell Joachim, Peder Anker, 
Karim Ahmed, Gary Chung, Nicholas Gervasi, Kristina Goncharov, Aleksandr Plotkin, Nunnapat “Spencer” Ratanavanh

6.13.2018

Collapse: Climate, Cities and Culture an Exhibition with Global Design New York University


Global Design NYU Exhibit: June 12th-29th! Opening Party June 13th, The Gallatin Galleries, New York University at 1 Washington Place, 6:30 PM - 8 PM


Participating Architects/ Artists:
AGENCY, Alejandro Zaera Alexander Felson, Anna Bokov, Anna Dyson, Archi-Tectonics, Axel Kilian, Carl Skelton, DESIGN EARTH, Experimental Architecture Group, Fernanda Canales, Forrest Meggers, Ghiora Aharoni Design St Harrison Atelier, Jenny Sabin Studio, Julia Watson Studio REDE, Louise Harpman__PROJECTS, Ma Llaguno-Munitxa, Mark Foster Gage Architects, Mark Shepard and Moritz Stefaner, MASS Design Group, Mathur/Da Cunha, Mitch McEwen, Mitchell Joachim, NADAAA, nea Studio, Nurhan Goktu Patrick Nash, Peder Anker, pneumastudio/Cathryn Dwyre + Chris Perry, Rhett Russo, SITE @ Prin University, SO-IL, Terreform ONE, WXY, Young & Ayata.

https://www.instagram.com/nyu__collapse/

https://gallatin.nyu.edu/utilities/events/2018/06/CollapseClimateCitiesandCulture.html

5.14.2018

Transforming the DNA of the Built Environment w/ Mitchell Joachim Terreform ONE

Transforming the DNA of the Built Environment is a two-part meeting held in the Spring and Fall of 2018 to kick off a collaboration between The Center for Ecosystems in Architecture at Yale (CEA) and New Lab. In Spring 2018, we will meet to discuss new strategies for linking systems for energy, water, air, food, and material life cycles through the mission of emergency housing, which will be the subject of a 36-month research, development, and demonstration project. In Fall 2018, we will meet to tackle the innovative ways in which new DNA for materials, devices, and integrated systems could lead to fundamentally different infrastructural models for distributing resources at the urban and district scales.

David Belt, New Lab CEO
Cas Holloway, Bloomberg LP Global Head of Technical Operations

Moderator:
Daniel Gross, Yale Center for Business and the Environment
Speakers:
Chris Sharples, Founding Principal at SHoP Architects — HeliOptix
Jason Vollen, VP, High Performance Buildings Leader, AECOM
Forrest Meggers, Assistant Professor of Architecture and Andlinger Center for Energy and the Enviroment, Princeton University
Berardo Matalucci, Co-Founder of MIMiC Systems

Moderator:
Doris Sung, Associate Professor at the University of Southern California, DOSU Studio Architecture
Speakers:
Kipp Bradford, Research Scientist at CEA, Yale
Demetrios Comodromos, Founding Principal of METHOD Design
Aletheia Ida, Chair MS Arch EBT at University of Arizona

Moderator:
Susan Szenasy, Founding Editor of Metropolis Magazine
Speakers:
Jefferson Ellinger, Associate Professor of UNC Charlotte, Ellinger DLR
Matt Gindlesparger, Visiting Professor at Philadelphia University
Ranjit Arpels-Josiah, Principal of Entertaining Health
Andrew Rosner, Managing Principal of Entertaining Health

Moderator:
Demetrios Comodromos, Owner and Partner of METHOD Design
Speakers:
Alan Organschi, Principal of Gray Organschi Architecture
Rebecca Lorenz, Senior Designer at SHoP Architects
Francis Bitonti, Founder of Studio Bitonti
Mae-Ling Lokko, CEO of Willow Technologies

Moderator:
Edward Roussel, Chief Innovation Officer at Dow Jones
Speakers:
Anna Dyson, Founding Director of Yale CEA and Hines Professor at Yale
Naomi Keena, Postdoc Associate at Yale CEA
Simone Rothman, CEO of Future Air
Alexandros Tsiamis, Acting Director at the Center for Architecture Science & Ecology at RPI

Moderator:
Rosalie Genevro, Executive Director of the Architectural League
Speakers:
Chris Sharples, Principal at SHoP Architects
Alan Organschi, Principal at Gray Organschi Architecture
Phil Bernstein, Associate Dean of the Yale School of Architecture
Anna Dyson, Founding Director of Yale CEA and Hines Professor at Yale
Leila Kamal, VP of Design and Expertise at EYP Architects
Mitchell Joachim, Co-President at Terreform ONE

Closing Remarks:
Kenneth A. Lewis, Partner at SOM
Deborah Berke, Dean of the Yale School of Architecture

https://www.architecture.yale.edu/calendar/154-transforming-the-dna-of-the-built-environment

5.11.2018

Fast Company, Airports That Architects Want To Redesign, Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE.


Fast Company, "Airports That Architects Want To Redesign The Most", w/ Mitchell JoachimTerreform ONE.
If you could change any airport in the U.S., which would you choose? Co.Design posed the question to architects. By Jesus Diaz.
https://www.fastcodesign.com/90171121/the-airports-that-architects-want-to-redesign-the-most

4.26.2018

Collapse: Climate, Cities, & Culture Exhibit at NYU


New NYU Exhibit on "Collapse: Climate, Cities, & Culture" at The Gallatin Galleries for Global Design NYU on June 12th-29th with: AGENCY, Alejandro Zaera-PoloAnya Bokov, Anuradha Mathur/ Da Cunha, Center for Urban Pedagogy, Laura Kurgan, Fernanda Canales, Forrest Meggers, FUTURE GREEN, Ghiora Aharoni, Harrison Atelier, Ariane Lourie HarrisonJenny SabinJulia Nicole Watson, REDE, Kaja Kühl, Karen Holmberg, KieranTimberlake, Louise Harpman PROJECTS, Mark Shepard, MASS Design Group, Mitch Mcewen, Mitchell Joachim, n_Architects, Nader Tehrani, NEA Studio, Nina Edwards AnkerPeder Anker, Pneumastudio, Chris PerryCathryn DwyreRachel ArmstrongRania Ghosn, El Hadi Jazairy, DESIGN EARTH, Rhett Russo, SCAPE, Snarkitecture, Snohetta, SO-IL, Terreform ONE, Timur Dogan, Winka Dubbeldam, WXY. NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study and Urban Democracy Lab.

3.22.2018

AERIAL FUTURES hosted by Terreform ONE at New Lab

AERIAL FUTURES: Urban Constellations explores airport-city interfaces as infrastructure, operating at a metropolitan scale. This think tank uses New York City as a case study to trigger responses across disciplines. Selected participants will reimagine airport constellations as a choreographed urban ecosystem that relies as much on architecture as it does on technology and data-driven design. Form follows information. New technologies – such as virtual reality and artificial intelligence, real-time digital experiences, robotics, and autonomous vehicles – will transform the way aerial infrastructures look and feel in the future. This AERIAL FUTURES think tank will challenge our expectations about time in transit, wayfinding, security, and commerce; and exploring how technology will redefine disconnected landscapes into continuous, integrated urban airport systems.

3.21.2018

NYU Faculty Urban Research Day Conference

We are pleased to share that several funders who are interested in NYU's urban research will be in attendance. In addition, Stephanie Miner, former mayor of Syracuse, and Polly Trottenberg, Commissioner of the NYC DOT, will be participating as keynote speaker and panelist, respectively.

https://www.nyu.edu/academics/scholarly-strengths/urban-initiative.html

2.22.2018

Urban Digital Humanities: Design and Sustainability

The quest to design digital and real solutions to environmental problems will be the theme of three interdisciplinary presentations crossing the boundaries of the humanities, architecture, and engineering.

Micro dwellings: where the Quantified Self meets the Quantified Home
Louise Harpman
Associate Professor, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, NYU

Architecture for Crickets and Butterflies
Mitchell Joachim
Associate Professor of Practice, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, NYU

Digital Pedagogy: School of the Earth, and more
Peder Anker
Associate Professor, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, NYU

Moderated by Marion Thain, Director of Digital Humanities, NYU

Event Location: NYU Center for the Humanities, 20 Cooper Square, Fifth Floor, New York, NY 10003.
http://nyuhumanities.org/events/event-registration/?ee=140

2.13.2018

Productive Green Model Blocks in the Resilient Circular Economy, Terreform ONE


View down SW Broadway as it cuts through the heart of downtown Portland OR, 1960. The parking lot just left of center will become Pioneer Courthouse Square a quarter-century later. Very few blocks have escaped change in the last 50 years.

1.31.2018

Forbes Magazine Interview with Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE




Alex Knapp interview with Mitchell Joachim, "Farming The Next Big Food Source: Crickets" Forbes, JAN. 30, 2018 @ 01:04 PM.

Terreform, a non-profit urban architecture and design group, has been working on a project to update a centuries-old technology: the emergency shelter. The organization's design goes beyond merely providing shelter from the elements. It's also a modular habitat for a food source that people can harvest: crickets.  "We didn't think you just needed a shelter," Terreform's Mitchell Joachim said. "You actually needed some level of food, sustenance farming, so that you can help get your family protein, especially after a big calamity."

LINK:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexknapp/2018/01/30/farming-the-next-big-food-source-crickets/#7e5a38e51168

1.06.2018

Vouge UK Art Basel Miami with Terreform ONE

Julia Hobbs, "10 Things We Learned About Art Basel Miami", Vouge, UK, Sat. 9th Dec. 2107.  The Faena hotel on South Beach has a cricket farm for when the world runs out of protein, Terreform ONE.