NUDA

NUDA is a non-profit organisation which aims to gather qualified urban designers from the Nordic countries as members for the purpose of stronger promoting urban design as a necessity within city planning.

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Nuda articles
Frontpage: URBAN DESIGN PROCESS 2012
Frontpage: Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
Frontpage: NUDA STUDENT SUMMIT 2012
Projects: ...THIS SUMMER SCHOOL
Check out: URBAN DESIGN AWARDS
Frontpage: NUDA STUDENT SUMMIT 2012
Check out: HÅLLBAR STAD
Check out: CULBURB, Shaping Cities - Prague
Frontpage: NUDA STUDENT SUMMIT 2012
Projects: ...THIS CONFERENCE
Check out: Innovation and Creativity of Women
Projects: ...THIS ONLINE MAGAZINE
Projects: ...THIS LIGHT CONFERENCE
Check out: Sandefjord Byforum Ressurs
Projects: ... INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
Projects: ... THIS OUT
Projects: ... THIS PROJECT
Check out: LEARNING FROM BERGEN
Projects: ... THIS STUDENT PROJECT
Projects: ... THIS PROJECT
Projects: ... CYMBIOCITY
Check out: MISTRA URBAN FUTURES
Projects: ... THIS COMPETITION
News: IISD
Check out: SUSTAINABLE CITIES STOCKHOLM
Projects: ...THIS CAMPAIGN
News: Bluespace: a typological matrix for port cities
Projects: ... THE IFME 2012 IN HELSINKI
News: A THEORY ABOUT THE CITY AS OBJECT
Projects: ...THIS AWARD POSSIBILITY
News: WHAT IS PLACEMAKING?
Projects: ...TRAINING WITH GEHL
Projects: ...THIS MASTERS STUDY
Projects: ...THIS COMPETITION
News: THE UPSIDE OF A DOWN ECONOMY
News: WFS2010 SUMMARY REPORT
Projects: ...THE WINNERS
News: America's Health Threat: Poor Urban Design
Projects: ... THIS URBAN DESIGN AWARD
Projects: ...THIS PROJECT
Projects: ...THIS COMPETITION INVITE
News: ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN FOR CRIME REDUCTION
Projects: ...THIS AUTHOR
Check out: Changes for the future of NUDA
Frontpage: URBAN DESIGN STUDENTS - LOOK HERE!
Check out: Moa Sundberg, Chairman of NUDA Student Board
Projects: ...THIS CONFERENCE
Projects: ...THIS INITIATIVE
Projects: ...THIS CONFERENCE
Frontpage: NEW YEAR 2012
Frontpage: MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011
Frontpage: COMPETITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Frontpage: Competition Announcement 7th December
Projects: Submission closed 15th October
Projects: NUDA on Facebook
Projects: Density, What´s to learn about that.
Check out: LED in Space
Check out: PLDC Conference, Madrid
Frontpage: URBAN LIGHT SUMMIT 2011
Check out: CREATIVE DESIGN WORKSHOP
Frontpage: NORDIC URBAN LIGHT DESIGN COMPETITION 2011
Frontpage: NORDIC URBAN LIGHT DESIGN COMPETITION
Frontpage: Liveable Cities Tour 2011
News: PHILIPS GOES INTO PARTNERSHIP WITH NUDA
News: NUDA redefines itself
Projects: NUDA SPONSOR
Frontpage: REGIONAL CONFERENCE
Check out: CONFERENCE 1st April, Bergen
News: PLACEMAKING NEWS
Frontpage: ARKITEKTUR/BY&LYS
Frontpage: NEW YEAR - NEW CONFERENCES!
Frontpage: MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
News: NUDA LOOKING FORWARD
Check out: DESIGNS FOR OUR FUTURE
Check out: A PLACE FOR CREATIVITY
Check out: 3rd Nordic Passive House Conference
Projects: Hong Kong Waterfront
Projects: Granville Island
Frontpage: WFS2010 SUMMARY REPORT
News: Cars and bikes can coexist in vibrant cities
Projects: LÉVA Urban Design AS
Projects: LÉVA Urban Design AS
News: Tracing the Influence of urban design and the CIAM architects
Check out: Routes, Roads & Landscapes
News: When Urban Design is of national importance!
News: Pass the Urban veggies, please!
News: Submission deadline for the Mayor's Urban Design Awards in Calgary
Check out: 09//DRIVING SUSTAINABILITY
News: Transport renewable energy becoming a Nordic forte
News: NZIA takes bold new stance on urban design reform
Check out: Eco City Conference 2009
Check out: Design to live with future flooding
Check out: Urban Design Group - Annual conference
News: Capacity Check, UK
News: Urban Architect talks the walk in Saskatoon
News: Co-founder and partner in Gehl Architects, Jan Gehl, has received the highest honour from the Danish Arts Foundation, the lifelong grant
News: Big screens in public spaces
Check out: NUDA SUMMER SHCOOL SANDEFJORD 2009
Check out: CITISENSE 2009
Frontpage: Urban branding
News: NUDA SUMMER SCHOOL 2009
News: ARCHIPRIX
Check out: Get Inspired
Check out: Nuda Summer School
Check out: Annual Conference
Check out: Student Competition
Projects: 3RW
Projects: Gehl Architects
Projects: PROJECTS // Feleti Design Consultants
Projects: Gehl Architects
Projects: David Lock Associates
Projects: David Lock Associates
Frontpage: Welcome to NUDA
Architecture for Humanity

Architecture for Humanity is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that seeks architectural solutions to humanitarian crisis and brings design services to communities in need. They believe that where resources and expertise are scarce, innovative, sustainable and collaborative design can make a difference.
 



 
Cameron Sinclair
Professor

Biography: In the mid-1990s Sinclair trained as an architect at the University of Westminister and The Bartlett School of Architecture, University School of 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. In 2008 University of Westminister the awarded him an honorary doctorate for his services to the profession.

In 1999, Sinclair and Kate Stohr founded Architecture for Humanity, a charitable organisation which develops architecture and design solutions to humanitarian crisis, and provides pro-bono design services to communities in need. The organisation has worked in twenty six countries on projects ranging from school, health clinics, affordable housing and long term sustainable reconstruction. Work has also included rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina and the 2004 South Asia Tsunami.

In 2006, Sinclair and Stohr published a compendium on socially conscious design, titled “Design Like You Give A Damn: Architectural Responses to Humanitarian Crisis” (May 2006, Metropolis Books).

Sinclair is a regular lecturer and visiting professor at schools in the United States and abroad and has contributed to a number of exhibitions dealing with social justice and design. He has spoken at a number of international conferences and forums on sustainable development and post disaster reconstruction, including apperances on BBC World Service and CNN International, National Public Radio and PBS.

In 2004 Fortune Magazine named Cameron Sinclair one of the Aspen Seven, seven people changing the world for the better.