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Cameron Sinclair Launches the Dead Prize for Designs That Harm Humanity and the Planet

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by Beverley Mitchell last modified Aug 09, 2014


Architects for Humanity co-founder Cameron Sinclair has just launched the Dead Prize, an award "to celebrate engineering, architecture and designs that have had a negative impact on the planet." Sinclair believes that there are plenty of prizes celebrating




 

 

Architects for Humanity co-founder Cameron Sinclair has just launched the Dead Prize, an award “to celebrate engineering, architecture and designs that have had a negative impact on the planet.” Sinclair believes that there are plenty of prizes celebrating good design, but nothing that acknowledges when something has miserably failed its end users or the environment. The prize is intended to become an annual event, with submissions closing on 1 November each year. Read on to see how you can nominate the design you think is most (or is that least?) worthy.

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