David Sadinsky is a designer with over 20 years’ experience, leading multi-disciplinary teams of engineers and architects to form artistic and effective solutions to complex problems. His designs are transformative, mechanized structures that change with the climate, need or purpose. In addition to the Amazon Spheres, he has designed skyscrapers, theaters and operable roofs, with U.S. patents in kinetic design and industrial processes. He has led projects for NASA, The Boeing Company, the Houston Astros and the Pacific Science Center. His work can be seen in New York, Moscow, Tel Aviv and Seattle.