TreeHugger Radio: An Interview with Cameron Sinclair


Cameron Sinclair keeps himself very busy. After starting Architecture for Humanity on a shoestring in 1999, Cameron’s projects have led him to win the prestigious TED Prize, and is now on the cusp of launching the Open Architecture Network. In addition to hosting design competitions and working on sustainable Gulf Coast reconstruction, last year AFH published Design Like You Give a Damn. In this in-depth interview, TreeHugger Radio producer and co-writer Jacob Gordon asks Cameron about his recipe for open-source humanitarian architecture, and his ambitions to help five billion people with a website. (listen here or right click to download) To subscribe to the podcast, use this feed, or find us in the iTunes podcast directory. ::TreeHugger Radio

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