Janette Kim and Erik Carver are authors of the Underdome Guide to Energy Reform, published in 2015 by Princeton Architectural Press. The book is in part a catalogue of the Underdome Sessions at Columbia University Studio X in NY. These transdisciplinary dialogues brought together panels of experts in design, policy, economics, and history to ask how political ecology might reshape architecture in an age of climate crisis. The book contains contributions by Reinhold Martin, Georgeen Theodore, Jonathan Massey, Michael Osman, and others
Janette Kim is Assistant Professor at Syracuse University, principal of the design practice All of the Above, and founder of ARPA Journal, a biannual digital publication that serves as a public forum for debate on applied research practices in architecture.
Erik Carver is and Architectural historian in the doctoral programme at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation whose work focuses on the conjunctions of architecture, politics and technology in the 20th Century.