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I like to use the analogy of going to the gym. If you go to the gym and your goal is, 'I want to look just like David Beckham,' then that drives you to do certain things. You may never look like Beckham, but it is a goal. Cities need the same thing. They need a vision and a plan for their ideal physique. ---->>>

Homer Simpson is one of my favorite people, though he's not real. He represents the American who's filled with this 'affluenza.' He's constantly exposed to consumption and a sense of bigness, which is a part of being an American. ---->>>

I was playing in bands and doing gigs from the age of 14 on. I stopped at the age of 28. Technology replaced me. As soon as I saw what computers can do, I didn't think there would be a point for a live drummer. ---->>>

You can pregrow a village with no consequence on the land. In fact, with a positive carbon contribution. ---->>>

You don't want your marriage to be sustainable. You want to be evolving, nurturing, learning. ---->>>

I started playing the drums when I was 10 years old, I think because it was fun. And then when I hit adolescence around 14, I sorta liked girls, so drums became more of a passion, and I started playing in bands. ---->>>

We still have very little understanding of how we can tweak form or shape at the genetic level. We certainly haven't unlocked those secrets. ---->>>

Actually it's great to be an American. I love my country. ---->>>


Mitchell Joachim profile (mitchell-joachim.jpg)
Nationality: American
Born: 02-03, 1972
Occupation: Architect

Mitchell Joachim (pronounced /jo-ak-um/; born February 3, 1972) is acknowledged as an innovator in ecological design, architecture, and urban design. He is also a researcher, and architectural educator. Mitchell Joachim's specific professional interest has been adapting principles of physical and social ecology to architecture, city design, transport, and environmental planning (wikipedia)