Architecture for Humanity Profiled

To architect Cameron Sinclair, the bigger the problem, the more ways there must be to solve it. His goal is to find low-cost solutions that inspire.
February 23, 2006, 11am PST | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"He and his wife, journalist Kate Stohr, founded Architecture for Humanity (AFH), with the lofty aim of applying innovative design concepts to help those suffering around the world.

...With just three full-time staff, AFH relies on some 2,500 designers and other volunteers in 60 or so chapters worldwide... Its projects include helping Gulf Coast residents rebuild after hurricane Katrina and designing earthquake-proof housing for Pakistan as well as shelters in tsunami-wracked Asia. Sinclair and AFH have won a passel of awards, including the respected INDEX Design Award in Denmark last year."

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Published on Wednesday, February 22, 2006 in The Christian Science Monitor
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