All divisions and TERRE-formative operations were founded by Mitchell Joachim and Maria Aiolova in 2006. After
having completed his PhD at MIT and achieving emeritus status from a series of luminary architectural offices (I.M.
Pei, Frank Gehry, Moshe Safdie), Mitchell founded the group with Maria, a fellow graduate from Harvard. Our unique
name was derived from the combination of the words: "terre" (earth, soil) and "reform" (rebuild, reconstruct, recreate).
The original use of the term "terraform" in planetary engineering was a process of transforming the atmosphere to
create a more habitable living environment. Instead of a contrived copy of the earth elsewhere, as the definition of
"terraform" commonly implies, we seek to reform the earth in place. Our intention is to repair the atmosphere of our
world by fostering designs that reform the current pollution causing global trends.

Terreform ONE is the winner of the following selected awards:
LafargeHolcim Acknowledgement Award Winners 2017.

Architect R+D Award for Cricket Shelter and Farm 2016.

NYCxDesign Honor Award.

1st Place International Architecture Awards in Urban Design 2015.

Official Selection of the Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition 2014 and OfficeUS Outpost of the
American Pavilion.

Architizer A+ Award for Architecture + Communication, Bio City Map of 11 Billion.

American Institute of Architects New York, Urban Design Merit Award for; Urbaneer Resilient  Waterfront  Infrastructure,

Victor J. Papanek Social Design Award for Urbaneering Brooklyn, in the Design for the Real World Redux International
Design Competition sponsored by the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the Austrian Cultural Forum NY, and the
Museum of Arts and Design.

Zumtobel Group Award for Sustainability and Humanity for the project, New York City Resource & Mobility.

Infiniti Design Excellence Award, History Channel City of the Future competition.
The Future of New York City 2106:
MOVIE. All volunteers directed by Dr. Mitchell Joachim.

Certificate of Incorporation: View our
NY Dept. of State letter
IRS Tax Exempt Status: View our 501c3 Letter of Determination
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO): Trademark certificate

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may not be used without our written permission.  Any person or group caught using our trademark or similar deviation
without authorization will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Thank You to All Our Generous Sponsors and Supporters:
Intel, LafargeHolcim Foundation, RNR Foundation, AIA, BASF, Zumtobel, NYU Gallatin, Architect Magazine, EOS,
Venice Architecture Biennale, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, IAAC, Architizer, New Museum,
CIEE, Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, New Lab, Home Depot Foundation,
e-architect, eVolo, Die Angewandte, Inhabitat.
MISSION: Terreform ONE [Open Network Ecology] is a nonprofit architecture and urban design research-based
consulting group. We endeavour to combat the extinction of all planetary species through pioneering acts of design.
Our projects aim to illuminate the environmental possibilities of habitats, cities and landscapes across the globe.

OPERATION: We operate as an interdisciplinary lab of specialists advancing the practice of socio-ecological design.
The group cultivates resilience through innovations in building, transportation, infrastructure, water, food, waste
treatment, air quality, and energy.

APPROACH: Our collaborative process includes speculating about the ways in which emerging technologies will
impact future urban generations and local biodiversity. As an organization we strive to develop inclusive spaces and
systems that manifest environmental and social justice for all beings.

The organization is structured into five divisions:
1. Terreform ONE Architecture Urban Research Center.
2. Terreform
ONE Lab School for Design and Science.
3. Terreform
ONE Prize Annual Juried Competition.
4. Terreform
ONE Global Fellowship Program and Research Journal.
5. Terreform
ONE Event Building, Community Outreach and Exhibition.
Architecture Group for Smart City Design, Ecological Planning, and Art.