Dec 21, 2016

Year in Review

THANKS for a terrific year +
Wishing you the best from all of us at Terreform ONE!
Please see our "Year in Review" listing some of our recent activities:

Dec 19, 2016

Architecture's "Political Compass" with Terreform ONE

Beyond "Contemporary": A Map Of Today's Architectural MovementsCo.Design
...and "techno-critical" architects, whose practices focus on speculative architecture, like Terreform One and its biotech-based design.

El CroquisAlejandro Zaera-Polo outlined a 21st-century taxonomy of architecture, attempting to define and categorize the various new forms of practice that have grown in popularity in the years since—and as a political response to—the economic crisis.

"Well Into the 21st Century The Architectures of Post-Capitalism?" ZAERA-POLO, ALEJANDRO. Published in N.187, EL CROQUIS

Jul 9, 2016

Winner of Architect R+D Awards 2016 is Terreform

ARCHITECT R+D Awards’ 10th anniversary: Cricket Shelter—Modular Edible Insect Farm by Terreform ONE.

Jun 3, 2016

New Lab OPENS!!!

Invitation to the New Lab: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
June 21st, 10:30am
We can't wait to celebrate with all of you in our spectacular new space!

Feb 21, 2016

Brooklyn Navy Yard New Lab Building 128

Directions: Terreform ONE at New Lab, Brooklyn Navy Yards.  

Take F train to York St. and walk down York St. headed away from the Manhattan Bridge. Make right turn on Navy St. and follow until intersection at Sands St. Enter castle guard gate at Sands St. Follow road towards the power plant smokestacks. Enter the metal clad building 128 next to dry dock and front of power plant.

Our entrance is located at the corner of Cumberland Street & Flushing Avenue in Brooklyn.

20 mins from lower Manhattan, 10 minutes from Queens, 10 minutes from South Brooklyn.
Navigation tip: Enter the address 1 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn into your GPS – this is located across the street from the Cumberland Gate; Terreform ONE at New Lab is just beyond that gate

There are dedicated CitiBike stations all around the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Feb 19, 2016

Growing Cities: An Atlantic Forum on Sustainable Urbanization

Moderated by: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic 
Maria Aiolova, Co-Founder, Terreform ONE 
Gary Handel, Founding Partner, Handel Architects LLP 
Sharon Pinkerton, Senior VP, Legislative and Regulatory Policy, Airlines For America


Feb 1, 2016

White Box Art Center, Terreform ONE Group Show

Live from Democratic and Republican caucuses 
Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina  

Artists include

Mac Premo + Duke Riley | Louise Fishman | Regina Jose Galindo
Kyle Goen | Federico Solmi | Ivan Navarro | Cris Gianakos | James Hyde
Jaishri Abichandani | Conrad Atkinson | Isaac Aden
ANVIL Collective | Luis Alonzo Barkigia | Majeed Benteeha
Terry Berkowitz | Hans Breder | Blue Noses | Alberto Borea
Robert Boyd | Juanli Carrion | Paolo Cirio | Tony Conway | Joseph DeLappe
 Dread Scott | Eduardo Gil | Mathew Grenier | Glenn Goldberg
Pablo Helguera | Richard Humann | Samuel Jablon
Juan Lazaro + Jevijoe Vitug | Alexander Kosolapov | Teresa Margolles
Ferran Martin | Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo | Mary Mattingly
Yusef Merhi  | Igor Molochevski | Ivan Navarro
Robert Priseman | Fariden Sakhaeifar | PS3 | Joaquin Segura
Vitaly Komar | Edgar Serrano | Elliott Sharp | Wolodymyr Starosolsky
Quintin Rivera Toro | Terreform ONE | Wojtek Ulrich
 Ruben Verdu | Roberto Visani | Johan Wahlstrom | Jordan Weber | Roger Welch
Hans Winkler and more

Curated by Raul Zamudio and Juan Puntes / Co-curated by Blanca De La Torre

A group show in response to the 2016 presidential election charade