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sinclairstudio inc. | canada




Increasingly today our societies confront daunting complexity of conditions and challenges.  Finding a path forward, that is respectful, responsible, sensitive, sensible, and effective, is a fundamental goal. This aim holds true regardless of scale + scope, parameters + particulars.




Solutions for many projects (both opportunities + problems) in today's ethos should be generated in an interdisciplinary manner, should be holistic in character, and should be simple, clear and potent.


innovation - integration - imagination

brian sinclair selected lecture topics


For inquiries or to book lectures | keynote addresses please contact sinclairstudio using the 'contact' feature on our website.

Recent selected lecture topics include:

  • devising design: agility, aptness, equilibrium, im|perfection
  • agile architecture | performative design | open building | dynamic systems
  • uncertainty, inefficiency, potential: recasting steps to sustainability
  • design + sustainability matter: realms, responsibilities and responses on complex projects in challenging times
  • the falkridge manifesto: a framework for managing disorder in design
  • checking out the rear view mirror | glancing into the looking glass
  • building culture | culture building: questing an ethos of the extraordinary
  • tokyo homelessness: disengagement, design and the space of dignity
  • mongolian ger settlements: considering city, context, culture + criteria
  • amplifying the two cultures tale: adding spirituality to the science-humanities mix
  • sacred spaces + places: architecture, design and our search for the exceptional
  • meaning, substance and coexistence: world wisdom and the secular scientific
  • various topics pertaining to sinclair CaGBC book
  • campus design + planning: culture, context and the pursuit of sustainability
  • agile architecture: considering, conceiving & constructing environmental design for the 21st century