Design with Life: Biotech Architecture and Resilient Cities Mitchell Joachim | Terreform ONE Interview by Marta Bugés and filmed by Elsa Sánchez. Edited by Sara Traba. Mitchell Joachim talks about his work at Terreform ONE, researching about biotech architecture, aiming for designing against extinction and their book Design with Life, published by Actar Publishers. Learn more at: Buy it at actar.com This interview was filmed within the Responsive Cities Symposium organized by IAAC at Caixaforum Barcelona. Design with Life | Designing Matter | Energy and sustainability | expanding design practices | No Density | Talk | Technology and fabrication Tags: Architect’s roleArchitecture's challengeArchitecture&natureBiodiversityBiotectureDesignEcologyEthicsPublic realmResearchScienceSocial consciousnessSustainabilitytalk ISSN: 2575-5374No Comments Share this post: « Surfaces of Urban Life: Design Opportunities for Addressing Climate and Comfort across Scales Single-Story Project » Leave a Comment Cancel CommentYou must be logged in to post a comment.