Scott Francisco

Scott helps people and organizations envision new futures and redesign their infrastructure and culture systems. He works in the fields of architecture, urbanism, systems thinking, organizational and community development, environment and sustainability. Scott holds architecture degrees from M.I.T. and the University of Toronto and has taught at McGill University, Stanford in New York, Parsons the New School for Design and University of Kentucky College of Architecture. He is the founder and director of Pilot Projects Design Collective and speaks and writes regularly on sustainability, architecture and participatory design. His clients include Saint Laurent Paris, Whole Forest Inc., The Smithsonian, US GSA, Princeton University, GSK, Hearst Media, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, charity: water, the City of Westmount, the Anglican Diocese of Montreal, and PARTNERS Reforestation Network.