About Scott Burnham

Scott Burnham inside converted light therapy bus stop, Danish Architecture Centre, Copenhagen
Scott Burnham inside converted light therapy bus stop, Danish Architecture Centre, Copenhagen

Scott Burnham, FRSA, is a strategist and author specializing in resourceful design. He has directed initiatives in over a dozen cities worldwide and more than thirty exhibitions in eight countries.

He is the creator Reprogramming the City and has engineered the project’s exhibitions and workshops in Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Boston and numerous other cities.

Burnham has addressed The World Bank, The World Urban Development Congress, and many other organizations on resourceful design strategies. He is a visiting instructor for the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada and author of Design Hacking: DIY Innovation, Resourcefulness, Self-Reliance, Urban Play, Trust Design, and a contributor to publications ranging from The Guardian to Architizer.

In recognition of his work, Burnham was made a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce in London in 2009.

For more information, visit his website here.