|Architectural + Ecological + Urban Design|
|ONE Lab: NY School Design + Science|
|ONE PRIZE: Design + Science Award|
Lasky, Julie. The Beauty of Bacteria, The New York Times, pp. D1, D7, Thur. Jan. 17.
Joachim, Mitchell and Maria Aiolova. “Design as a Resource for All Recourses,” Futuristic: Visions of Future Living, Caroline Klein, Prof. Dr. Stefanie Lieb (ed.), DAAB, pp. 242-249.
Joachim, Mitchell. “The Necessity of All Scales: Planetary Design in the Age of Globality,” Ecological Urban Architecture, Thomas Schroepfer (ed.), Birkhäuser, pp. 174-184.
Joachim, Mitchell. "Envisioning Ecological Cities; Rapid Re(f)use, One Hour Tower, Homeway," Sustainable Urbanism and Beyond: Rethinking Cities for the Future, Tigran Haas (ed.), Rizzoli, pp. 240-245.
Joachim, Mitchell. “Urbaneering,” The WIRED World in 2013, David Baker (ed.), Wired UK Special Edition, Nov. pp. 89-90.
Joachim, Mitchell. "The Art of Cities," City Vision, Francesco Lipari, Federico Giacomarra (ed.), issue #7, autumn/winter, pp. 64-71.
Myers, William (ed.). Bio Design: Nature + Science + Creativity, Thames & Hudson, The Museum of Modern Art, pp. 10, 58-61.
Bergman, David. Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide, Princeton Architectural Press, p 135.
Bua,Matt and Maximillian Goldfarb (ed.). Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawings, Laurence King Publishing, pp. 20, 72, 144, 318.
Amoroso, Nadia. Digital Landscape Architecture Now, Thames & Hudson. pp. 17, 242-247.
Budds, Diana. “The Now 99, The Future of Housing,” Dwell, May, p.102, 120.
Du, Frances and Denise Lu, “Exploring Socio-Ecological Design with Mitchell Joachim,”
Culture-ist, Huffington Post, Dec. 15. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cultureist/mitchelljoachim-socioecological-design_b_2103363.html>
Görtz, Clara. INNOVATIONSMANAGER (Innovations Management), Dec., DE. pp. 6-7.
Ferracina, Simone. Material Shifts, Terreform ONE, Organs Everywhere, Oct., pp. 60-61.
Reyes, Sandra. “Terreform ONE, Mitchell Joachim, Urbaneering Brooklyn 2110,” Código,
Aug.-Sep.#70, pp. 76-78.
O'Callaghan, Tiffany. "Grow your own home with ancient and modern tech,” CultureLab,
New Scientist, Sept. 28.
Steadman, Ian. "The Cities of the Future Will Be Grown, Not Built." Wired UK, Sept. 24.
Broekman, Ralf F. and Olaf Winkler, "New Forms of Knowledge," Build Das Architekten,
Mar. pp. 34-41.
Tom Stoelker, “ A Terreformed Summer,” The Architect’s Newspaper, August 31, 2011.
Molly Cotter, “ White Box present Sustainable Work Lab: Projects in Art, Architecture, & Urban Design,” Inhabitat, August 26, 2011.
Jed Lipinski, “On Flatbush Avenue, Seven Stories Chock-Full of Ideas,” The New York Times, Jan. 2011.
Rafaël Magrou, “Terreform,L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui,” AA Sustainable Prospects,
Lukas Feireiss, Robert Klanten (eds.), Utopia Forever: Visions of Architecture and Urbanism, Gestalten, Berlin, pp.166-69.
Massimo Rossetti, "Progetti non convenzionali," Costruire, Milano, IT, pp. 49-56. Feb. 2010 “A metropolis is reinvented”, Detail Magazine, Nov, 2010.
Friedeike Meyer, "Zumtobel Group Award", Bauwelt 37.10, Oct. 2010, pp. 16-17.
Rowan Moore, “Is this the sustainable city of the future?”, The Observer, Sunday, July 4.
“Zumtobel Award: Terreform ONE, Mitchell Joachim, Maria Aiolova,” Topos, p.8, Vol. 72.
John Bradley, “Future of The Environment: The Urban Remodeler,” Popular Science, pp. cover, 7, 46-47, July. Tim McKeough, “Road Map To Tomorrow,” Surface Magazine, #83, pp. 40-45, July/Aug.
Melissa Kuntz, “29 Chains to the Moon,” Art in America, Mar. Christopher Hume, “A meat home on the renewable range,” Toronto Star, Jan. 23.
Hubertus Breuer, “Architektur und Natur,” Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Sept. 15.
Friedeike Meyer, “Zumtobel Group Award,” Bauwelt, Vol. 37.10, Oct. pp. 16-17.
Caroline Korsawe, “Viewing the present through the future,” The Prague Post, Aug. 25.
Carlo Aiello, “Cities of Tomorrow: Terreform ONE,” eVolo, Vol. 03, Fall/Winter.
Carlos Leite, “Cidades 2010 + 25,” aU Arquitetura & Urbanismo, ANO 25, N. 197 Aug.
Heather Smith, “Squeal Estate,” Harper's Magazine, pp. cover, 21-23, May.
Heather Smith, “Why No One Wants to Eat the Meat House,” Meatpaper, Vol. 10,
Thomas Schröpfer, “MATscape,” Material Design: Informing Architecture by Materiality, Birkhauser Verlag AG, pp.180.
Agnès Guillo, Jean-Arcady Meyer, Susan Emanuel, How to Catch a Robot Rat: When Biology Inspires Innovation, The MIT Press, pp. 18, 20, plate 2.
Jasmine Mickens, “Start-up aims to construct with waste,” Washington Square News,
Terreform ONE, Portfolio, DAMDI Architectural Publishing, Seoul, KR, Vol. 5, pp. 896-911.
K. Feireiss, L. Feireiss (ed.), Architecture of Change 2: Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment, Terrefuge, pp. 220-225, Gestalten, Berlin 2009.
Murrye Bernard, “MEx: A Design Cooperative Grows in Brooklyn” Architectural Record,
Stephen Rex Brown, “Futurists’ Workshop Attracts Students from All Over World”
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, August 19, 2009.
Dan Avery, “Green Acre: A Hub of Eco-Friendly Entrepreneurs Grows in Brooklyn,”
New York Post, p.41, April 13th.
Mimi Zeiger, "Urban Renewal," Architect, March 1st, 2009.
Denise Markonish (ed.), Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape, MASS MoCA & MIT Press, pp. 114-116, 220.
Michelle Galindo (ed.), 1000X Architecture of the Americas, Verlagshaus Braun, p.429.
Iñaki Aguirre, “Bioviviendas De Última Generación,” Arquitectura y Diseño, No. 95.
Stephen Zacks, “180 Varick Street,” Metropolis, Apr. 18. 2007.
International Competitions: Izmir, UIA.
Studio Works 9, Harvard University.