Terreform ONE

This weekend, I tagged along on a guided tour of New Lab and the Brooklyn Navy Yards, courtesy of Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE. Mitchell is an ecological architect who uses biomaterials to promote sustainable design. I had hoped to talk about his projects like the in vitro meat habitat (pictured below) but wound up hopping on a tour that he was giving his class of architecture students from RPI.


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BIodegradable chair for kids, made of mushrooms and cellulose

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Fab Tree Hab – Living Tree House

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Heavy Duty 3d (bio?) Printer

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In Vitro Meat Habitat

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Bottom Right: prototype for a Post Carbon City made with Phytoplankton

Our group has narrowed down an idea of what we’d like to make, and we need more information about what the future might hold for 3D Bio Printing.

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