Creative, committed and humble, Sam Bowstead, architect in the making. He has worked on numerous residential and Aboriginal community projects across Eastern Australia and Fiji. He gained his bachelors in architectural design from the University of Queensland and Technische Universität Berlin and is currently doing his masters at UQ and the University of British Columbia. Advocating passionately for architectural and urban design-based solutions to climate change, Sam writes about cities, design, and development. His recent experiences include working on relief projects after the 2011 floods in Queensland as part of Emergency Architects Australia, and later in researching how design and architecture interact with climate change policy. Sam is colour-blind, but he sees more nuance in shades of grey than any person we've met.