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Mitchell Joachim - Videos

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Mitchell Joachim, architect, talks about ecological, organic, green products and ecological urban designs by focusing on examples such as projects from One Lab, High Line New York, Big Dig Boston, James Patten's The Gravity Harp, Brooklyn Net, organic fashion, Eben Bayer's, Phil Ross's and Paul Stamets's mushroom and mycelium projects against styrofoam and plastics among other growth related problems. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim, architect, talks about ecology, energy crisis and energy systems. During the seminar he discusses his projects Fab Tree Hab, MIT Car, Soft Lamb Car, Jetpack Packing and Urbaneering Brooklyn. Within the concepts of growth, eco-engineering, eco-planning, technology and futurism, he focuses on waste and recycle and refers to Bill Mckibben, Wall-E, Paul Virilio, George Orwell. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim, architect, discussing Bjorn Lomborg's question "Which problem should we solve first?" in regards to topics such as: Malaria, free trade, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS, global warming and economy. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim, architect, talks about growth and it's consequences by focusing on sustainability, organic food, waste, environmental products and how crisis changes people's behaviour. He refers to Michael Pollan, James Lovelock, No Impact Man, The Toaster Project, BP's Gulf Oil Spill and Kevin Costner. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim, architect, discusses energy saving, technological thinking, pollution, marketing, advertising campaigns, packaging and consumerism by focusing on growth and obsolescence. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joaching, co-founder of Terreform ONE,and Terrefuge, professor at European Graduate School, Columbia University and Parsons School of Design speaking about Environmental Cities at TEDxTransmedia, a program of local, self-organized events. Maxxi Museum, Rome. September 30, 2011

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Architect Mitchell Joachim and artist and musician Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, talking about the economics of happiness and the transformation of listening patterns. In the lecture Paul Miller and Mitchell Joachim discuss the concepts of de-materialization, Schrödinger's cat, collective memory, tangible interface, appropriation culture, the uncanny and perception in relationship to Glenn Gould, Gödel Escher Bach, Doug Engelbart, Bassnectar, DJ Screw and King Tubby focusing on dubstep aesthetics, wave forms, modality, polyrhythm, re-mixes, mash-ups and versioning. European Graduate School EGS

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Architect Mitchell Joachim and artist and musician Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, talking about the dialectical tension between landscape and musical composition. In the lecture Paul Miller and Mitchell Joachim discuss the concepts of collage aesthetics, dialectical montage, Gestell, storytelling and perception as architecture in relationship to Casper David Friedrich, DW Griffith, Martin Heidegger, Richard Wagner and Sergei Eisenstein focusing on film, The Birth of a Nation, sampling, acoustic portraits, non-linear editing, graphic design and compositional strategy. European Graduate School EGS

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Architect Mitchell Joachim and artist and musician Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, talking about acoustics, patterns, rupture, and mathematics. In the lecture Paul Miller and Mitchell Joachim discuss the concepts of globality, enframing, the anthropocene and media aesthetics in relationship to Claude Shannon, Norbert Weiner, Marshall McLuhan, Brian Greene, and Orson Welles focusing on acoustic space, Wolfram tones, simatics, information theory, complexity theory and network systems. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim.at speaking about ecological design, city structures and developments, and the green revolution at TEDx Columbia EngineeringSchool. Davis Auditorium, Columbia University New York City. April 8, 2011

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Rachel Armstrong and Mitchell Joachim talking about their art in the Digital Art @Google art show ("We Write this to You from the Distant Future") in the Chelsea market lobby. Rachel Armstrong speaking on "Living materials for the built environment", Mitchell Joachim about his work at Terreform1.

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Mitchell Joachim, TED Fellow and urban designer presenting his vision for sustainable, organic architecture eco-friendly abodes grown from plants and -- wait for it -- meat at the TED Technology, Entertainment, Design conference.

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Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky Artist, Musician and Mitchell Joachim, Architect talking about nature, patterns, mixing, and literature. In the lecture Paul Miller discusses the concepts of music mirroring society, art, interface, James Joyce, beats, four four rhythm, rock, techno. Joachim Mitchell and DJ Spooky discuss theories in non-linearity, science, synchronized, Socratic dialogue, chaos, nettime and poetry focusing on imagination, hip hop, social spaces and language. European Graduate School

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Mitchell Joachim and Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, talking about standardized, mathematics, fractals, and music. In the lecture Paul Miller and Mitchell Joachim discusses the concepts of particles, water, ipad, socio-ecological principles, in relationship to DJ culture, acoustic, recycling, ecological thought, America, ethics, propaganda, focusing on community, anthropocentric, and globalization. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim, American Architect, talking about energy, Bill Gates, Ted Talks, and design. In the lecture Mitchell Joachim discusses the concepts of nuclear energy, zero emissions, style, environment, in relationship to images, ambiguity, clarity, violence, nature, environmental terrorism, focusing on gender, aesthetic reasoning, and earth. European Graduate School EGS

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Mitchell Joachim, Architect talking about environmental movements, Obama administration, preservation, and conservation. In the lecture Mitchell Joachim discusses the concepts of designed degradation, reduced consumption, eco-friendly, capitalism, efficiency, choice, pluralism, community based design. Joachim Mitchell discusses theories in planning, futurism, goal setting, eco-engineering, advertising, and empty environmental slogans, energy, MIT, and fuel consumption. European Graduate School

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Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky, activist, scholar and performer with Mitchell Joachim, Architect talking about iTunes, mixing, media, and the organization of patterns in information. In the lecture Paul Miller discusses the concepts of collage, intuition, pattern recognition, ecosystem, DJ Mixer App, dematerialized, search terms, social network. Joachim Mitchell discusses his work in urban design, smart cars, soft cars, wheels, ecoengineering, design, and environment, algorithms, and coding. European Graduate School EGS

Here Mitchell Joachim outlines a design concept that is eco-friendly in addition to it having the potential to make driving much safer. The softcar. Science for Life. University of Winnipeg

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

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Joachim addressed everyday consumption of goods and the production on a whole new level, an ecological level that improves functionality while working with the laws of nature.

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Mitchell Joachi insists that his plans are not futuristic. As the Executive Director for Terreform, a "philanthropic design collective," he is responsible for progressive solutions for current problems. Save for the overt reliance on CGI imagery, the plans he presented at Postopolis! seem robustly conditional on collective goodwill, but still grounded on hard statistics and grounded feasibilities. In the video above, he outlines his company's plans in three main areas: the city, ecology, and mobility

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Mitchell Joachim of Terreform, a non-profit sustainable architectural design organization, on architecture, sustainability, treehouses, and how Terreform's work encompasses all three of these topics. UpBeatnik aka Vic Aguilar

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Terraform's Mitchell Joachim describes some of the organization's recent designs involving ecology, advancement in mobility, and city planning.