Auto-Free New York: Soft Cars and Transology

Remarks by Mitchell Joachim, Executive Director of Terreform

Terreform is a Manhattan-based nonprofit design collaborative concerned with ecological principles in the urban environment.


“Our Cities Ourselves”: Imagining the Future of Urban Transport

"Brooklyn Bridge Remix/Redux," by Terreform and Michael Sorkin Studio Today, Manhattan’s AIA Center for Architecture debuted an exhibition that envisions a new era of sustainable mobility. For "Our Cities Ourselves," the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy invited architects to take on the evolving transportation needs of the world’s cities, which in two decades are […]

Car-Free Manhattan: Just Wait 100 Years

I just caught up with this article in the Times on Saturday about a competition for engineers and architects to envision New York City in 2106. Check out one of the winning design concepts: After the judges’ hasty deliberations, Daniel L. Doctoroff, the city’s deputy mayor for economic development, presented the prizes. He said his office […]