Mitchell Joachim is a Co-Founder at Terrefuge and Terreform ONE. Currently he is faculty at Columbia University and Parsons. Formerly an architect at Gehry Partners, and Pei Cobb Freed. He has been awarded the Moshe Safdie Research Fellowship, and the Martin Family Society Fellow for Sustainability at MIT. He won the History Channel and Infiniti Design Excellence Award for the City of the Future, and Time Magazine Best Invention of the Year 2007, Compacted Car w/ MIT Smart Cities. His project, Fab Tree Hab, has been exhibited at MoMA and widely published. He was selected by Wired magazine for "The 2008 Smart List: 15 People the Next President Should Listen To". Rolling Stone magazine honored Mitchell as an agent of change in "The 100 People Who Are Changing America".
Mitchell Joachim, co-founder of Terreform ONE, describes the positive changes that architects—the ultimate jack-of-all-trades—could bring about in politics, the housing crisis, the military, and retooling Detroit.
The co-founder of Terreform ONE and Professor of Architecture at Columbia, Mitchell Joachim, discusses his plans for the Fab Tree Hab—a ‘positive impact’ home formed entirely from elements of local […]