Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr in Wired
Ten years ago today a twenty-four year old Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr founded Architecture for Humanity, to seek "architectural solutions to humanitarian crisis and bring design services to communities in need." Cameron writes:
It is now a truly global organization. Our network includes 40,000 professionals and 70 chapters in 28 countries. Collectively more than 700,000 people are living, teaching, healing and gathering in buildings designed by Architecture for Humanity design fellows, chapter members and volunteers.
Cameron Sinclair as Green Giant
Cameron never writes a letter without a request for support, but writes a killer ending:
Design is the ultimate renewable resource. Together, we can continue to build a better future.
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