Architect Cameron Sinclair got tired of being a "CAD monkey." His search for something more meaningful led to the birth of Architecture for Humanity with co-founder Kate Stohr. The organization seeks architecture solutions to global crises and puts the design community at the service of the world's humanitarian needs. It began with a budget of $700 in 1999. By now it has has completed almost 4000 projects in 48 countries.
Our profile by Tracy Metz (LF 2007) gets to the heart of what’s driving Sinclair and his transformative concept.