Beyond the Building

January 2011

Cameron Sinclair, chief eternal optimist, architecture For Humanity

Architecture for Humanity is (hardly) arguably the most noble of all such organisations, dealing, as it is, with the
restoration or reformation of disaster struck communities worldwide. With the number of structures they have implemented surpassing the 2000 mark, and a list of countries that are highly varied and widespread, one cannot help but virtually curtsey to those responsible for the organisation. With hat in hand, DAMn has had the pleasure of interviewing the co-founder.
Cameron Sinclair, photo © Knut Koivisto
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