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Terreform ONE is an architectural design group that integrates ecological and synthetic biological principles into the urban environment. We presume ecological design is not
only a philosophy that inspires visions of sustainability and social justice but also a focused scientific endeavor. Our mission is to ascertain the consequences of fitting a project
within our natural world setting.  Solutions range from; green master planning, urban self-sufficiency infrastructures, community development activities, bio-design, climatic tall
buildings, performative material technologies, and smart mobility vehicles for cities. These design iterations seek an activated ecology both as a progressive symbol and an
evolved artifact.

Copyright © 1997 - 2014 Mitchell Joachim. All rights reserved. Terreform ONE®  
Terreform ONE   |   GDNYU   |  ONE Lab   |  Planetary ONE   |   MJ
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Global Design:
Elsewhere Envisioned
,
Mitchell Joachim,
Peder Anker, Louise
Harpman, Prestel.

Super Cells: Building
with Biology, Mitchell
Joachim & Nina
Tandon, TED books.

TED Senior Fellow:
Don't build your home,
grow it!

The Colbert Report:
Interview with Dr.
Mitchell Joachim

Dwell magazine The
Now 99:
Mitchell Joachim

Victor J. Papanek
Social Design Award:
Mitchell Joachim,
Urbaneering Brooklyn

Wired Smart List:
Mitchell Joachim

The Huffington Post:
Mitchell Joachim of
Terreform ONE

Popular Science:
Environment Visionary

The Cooper Union:
Urban Planet Emerging
Ecologies Event

AIA New York Chapter
Design Award Winners:
Urbaneer Resilient
Water Infrastructure by
Terreform ONE.

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SELECT PROJECTS

01. Fab Tree Hab
02. Rapid Re(f)use
03. Urban Mobility
04. Peristaltic City
05. Homeway
06. Bio City Map
07. Governors Hook
08. Creatureama
09. In Vitro Meat Habitat
10. MATscape
11. Blimp Bumper Bus
12. Babel
13. Urbaneering
14. Super Docking
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