Architect

Cameron Sinclair

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Age 50
Birthday November 161973
Birth Sign Scorpio
City England
Country England
Profession Architect

Cameron Sinclair is a famous Architect, born on November 16, 1973 in United Kingdom. As of December 2022, Cameron Sinclair’s net worth is $5 Million. His Architecture for Humanity organization helped with rebuilding efforts in the wake of the Indian Ocean tsunami (2004), Hurricane Katrina (2005), and the Japanese tsunami (2011).

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Cameron Sinclair Biography

Best known for founding a humanitarian organization called Architecture for Humanity, this British architect was a 2006 recipient of both the TED Prize and Wired Magazine’s Rave Architecture Award. Cameron Sinclair (born 16 November 1973) is a designer, writer and one of the pioneers in socially responsive architecture. He is CEO of Worldchanging Ventures and currently serving as pro bono executive director of Armory of Harmony, a US-based organization focused on repurposing decommissioned weapons into musical instruments. During the outbreak of COVID-19 he formed Frontline Care, partnering with Jupe Health and Amplifier to create rapidly deployable rest and recovery units for frontline workers..

He grew up in South East London and later attended the Kingswood School in Bath, England.

Sinclair was born and raised in South East London, England, and educated at Kingswood School, Bath. In the mid-1990s he trained as an architect at the University of Westminster and The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Having developed an interest in social, cultural and humanitarian design, his postgraduate thesis focused on providing shelter to New York’s homeless through sustainable, transitional housing. This thesis served as the basis for starting Architecture for Humanity. Architecture for Humanity was co-founded by Sinclair in 1999 and grew to include 90,000 design professionals, 5 regional offices around the globe and 70 independent city-based chapters. During his tenure over 2.8M people who now live, work, learn, gather and heal in spaces built by the organization. In 2008, the University of Westminster awarded Sinclair an honorary doctorate for his services to the profession.

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After graduating from university in 1997, Sinclair moved to New York City, where he worked as a designer for Steve Blatz Architects, Christidis Lauster Radu Architects and Gensler.

Cameron Sinclair Net Worth

Cameron Sinclair is one of the richest Architect & listed on most popular Architect. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Cameron Sinclair‘s net worth $5 Million.

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After studying at the University of Westminster and at University College London’s Bartlett School of Architecture, he worked for several New York City design firms.

After graduating from university in 1997, Sinclair moved to New York City, where he worked as a designer for Steve Blatz Architects, Christidis Lauster Radu Architects and Gensler.

On April 6, 1999, Sinclair co-founded Architecture for Humanity with Kate Stohr, a charitable organization which developed architecture and design solutions to humanitarian crises, and provides pro bono design and construction services to communities in need. The organization worked in forty eight countries on projects ranging from school, health clinics, affordable housing and long-term sustainable reconstruction. Work has also included rebuilding after the 2011 tsunami in Japan, 2010 earthquakes in Haiti, Hurricane Katrina and the 2004 South Asia tsunami.

In 1999 he co-founded Architecture for Humanity, a charitable organization that developed architectural solutions to humanitarian crises and brought professional design and construction services to communities in need. In May 2013 he stepped down from its board and in October 2013 resigned as its “chief eternal optimist”(CEO) and executive director. Sinclair worked as director of the Jolie-Pitt Foundation from November 2013 to December 2015 including overseeing construction of a children’s hospital in Ethiopia.

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In August 2008 Architecture for Humanity and its co-founders Sinclair and Stohr were named as recipients of the Design Patron Award for the 2008 National Design Awards. In 2008 he appeared as one of CNNs Principal Voices as well the television series Iconoclasts alongside Cameron Diaz, airing on the Sundance Channel.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Architect. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Cameron Sinclair celebrates birthday on November 16 of every year.

In 2006, Sinclair and Stohr published a compendium on socially conscious design, titled Design Like You Give A Damn: Architectural Responses to Humanitarian Crises (May 2006, Metropolis Books). In 2012 they released the follow-up, titled Design Like You Give A Damn [2]: Building Change From The Ground Up (May 2012, Abrams Books). Sinclair is a regular lecturer and visiting professor and has spoken at a number of international conferences on sustainable development and post disaster reconstruction. In the past few years he has taught in New Zealand, Spain, Japan and the United States. He is currently adjunct faculty at The New School in New York.

In 2009 Sinclair and Stohr were jointly awarded the Bicentenary Medal of the Royal Society of Arts for increasing people’s resourcefulness. Sinclair was awarded the Pilosio Building Peace award in 2013 and as finalist of the World Design Impact Prize for 2016.

As a result of the TED Prize he and Stohr launched the Open Architecture Network, the worlds’ first open source community dedicated to improving living conditions through innovative and sustainable design. In 2012 the Open Architecture Network merged with Worldchanging to expand its work to both the built and natural environment.

In 2012 he founded Small Works, a for purpose design company which focuses on reconstruction and social impact projects. The organization is best known for its award-winning self built re-deployable structures, many of which were built as schools in Jordan by Syrian refugees and Jordanian engineers. Currently over 5000 children have been educated in these facilities. Sinclair partnered with MADE Collective to propose the world’s first co-nation called Otra Nation and BorderBNB, a home-share platform for families separated by political borders.

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