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Nebyu Daniel

Focused on the very essence of inclusion and accessibility of urban fabrics to people all ages, colours, abilities and gender. Focused on the colourful architectural prospect which manifests itself over the face of our cities through accessible and inclusive design. 

Ethiopian
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Nguyen Hieu

Unique architectural creation

Viet Nam
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Lucciana NASRALLAH

« En tant qu’Architecte, poursuivant la formation HMONP a L’ENSA Versailles | Ile de France et Membre à l’ordre des ingénieurs et des architectes au Liban #58417.

Mes études mon permis de comprendre à quel point le monde nécessite d’être métamorphosé pour survivre à l’image de la biologie et du corps humains et de s’adapter à tout changement (ex le covid-19).

L’Architecture jouera le principal élément de changement - de spatialité, de cadre affectant, les modes de vie en changement permanent vu les différents événements actuels. L’Architecture, à travers ces lignes qui s’ouvre vers le monde, le public d’une part et ferme d’autre part vers le privé. De ce fait, le pouvoir d’Architecture, entre une convergence et une divergence, entre le tout et le rien, le plein et le vide, la transparence et l’opacité, entre une construction et une reconstruction. Ainsi l’Architecture procure un changement à travers des solutions créatives, et je vise faire partie de ce changement.

D’ailleurs, nous ne pourrons pas changer le monde entier à travers l’Architecture mais impérativement le monde ne peut pas être changer sans l’Architecture. »

Lebanese
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Tomasz Głowacki

architecture of place, architecture of context,

architecture of absence as creating architecture invisible / little visible in space (emptiness in architecture)

Polish
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László Földes

My bigest aim is to rethink the architectural tradition.

The idea of Kenneth Framptons critical regionalism is close to me.

Architects should give useful answers to the challenge of environmental changes.

Most common projects in my practice: Housing, Schools, Kindergardens, Nurseries, Visitor Centers, Office buldings, Conference Center, Castle restaurations,

Hungarian
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Giancarlo Alhadeff
Alhadeff Architects Studio
Founder
Professional settings
Italy
Alhadeff Architects Studio
Founder
Professional settings
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Arsham Asgharpour

I'm architect I have bessinese structure and stone 

Lsf_design 

İranan

I'm architect I have bessinese structure and stone 

Lsf_design 

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Daniel Sosa Navarro

Daniel's architectural focus deals with a design that emphasizes the environment and its culture, incorporating sustainability, new technologies, and functionality. Material selection and construction process are also fundamental pillars of good architecture.

Spain
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Shahriar Mridha Ratul

Conservation & Green Architecture, Urban Planning, Landscape Design & Sculpture.

Bangladeshi

Conservation & Green Architecture, Urban Planning, Landscape Design & Sculpture.

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Wolf Wilbert

I am pretty clear what architecture means to me, and after 50 years of being in this profession on three continents, I will not change my mind. There are great architects out there, and I just hope they see clearly the development of our profession. It is not about YOU anymore, it is about the survival of our planet. Please take this seriously!

Architecture is an emotional experience.

When artificial intelligence is used to build superstructures, then the human input can only be done by designers with great imagination and vision. High-Tech is terrific if it is applied to social benefit. We forget so quickly that everything we make, including artificial intelligence, comes from the raw materials of this planet.

I can see that people are fascinated by monstrous shiny skyscrapers, but the reality is, that this is nothing more than modern human anthills. Who wants to live there with thousands of others?

We should integrate the beauty of Nature harmoniously into our architecture. The grand design of Nature (mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, streams, oceans shores) gives us enough inspiration to follow the idea to compliment Nature, instead of destroying it.

Canadian

I am pretty clear what architecture means to me, and after 50 years of being in this profession on three continents, I will not change my mind. There are great architects out there, and I just hope they see clearly the development of our profession. It is not about YOU anymore, it is about the survival of our planet. Please take this seriously!

Architecture is an emotional experience.

When artificial intelligence is used to build superstructures, then the human input can only be done by designers with great imagination and vision. High-Tech is terrific if it is applied to social benefit. We forget so quickly that everything we make, including artificial intelligence, comes from the raw materials of this planet.

I can see that people are fascinated by monstrous shiny skyscrapers, but the reality is, that this is nothing more than modern human anthills. Who wants to live there with thousands of others?

We should integrate the beauty of Nature harmoniously into our architecture. The grand design of Nature (mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, streams, oceans shores) gives us enough inspiration to follow the idea to compliment Nature, instead of destroying it.

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Haris Piplas

Dr. Haris Piplas holds an Urban Design Master from the Technical University in Berlin, a research fellowship from Politecnico di Milano and a Dr. sc. from the ETH Zurich's (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Department of Architecture. He figured as the co-author and associate in several urbanistic, landscape and architectural projects in Germany, Denmark, China, Austria, Eastern Europe, Morocco, Latin America, and other regions.

He is also the co-author at 'Global Urban Toolbox' which summarizes spatial and infrastructural challenges under the influence of economic-social, geopolitical and cultural aspects in Case study cities: Berlin, Los Angeles, Zurich, Detroit, Capetown, Beijing, Madrid, etc. Haris Piplas is the author of the publication of urban transformations in central and Eastern Europe dating 2020. – “City Action Lab: An Integrated Urban Toolkit for Reactivating Cities in Post-Socialist Central Eastern Europe.” He was the editor-in-chief of two editions of the European Association of Landscape Architects (IFLA) called ” Adaptive Capacity of Cities” and “Political Implications on the Urban Landscape.”

Dr. Haris Piplas is the initiator of the “Reactivate Sarajevo” Project, and the curator “Sarajevo Now” at the 15th Architectural Biennale in Venice, and also Keynote Speaker at the many international, professional and scientific conferences Such as “WeMakeTheCity” Amsterdam, AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning), ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners) and “Metropolis non- formal” Munich, ULI Europe annual conference in Paris etc. Haris Piplas is also the former Chair Young Leader at ULI Switzerland and Young Leader committee member at ULI Germany, nominator for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the Advisory Committee of the European Forum Alpbach, in the 'Healthy Places' Committee at ULI Germany as well as an expert Consultant at the many International Agency at the UN and the EU. He lectured at numerous professional conferences, exhibitions and workshops and published several articles in leading magazines and journals.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dr. Haris Piplas holds an Urban Design Master from the Technical University in Berlin, a research fellowship from Politecnico di Milano and a Dr. sc. from the ETH Zurich's (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Department of Architecture. He figured as the co-author and associate in several urbanistic, landscape and architectural projects in Germany, Denmark, China, Austria, Eastern Europe, Morocco, Latin America, and other regions.

He is also the co-author at 'Global Urban Toolbox' which summarizes spatial and infrastructural challenges under the influence of economic-social, geopolitical and cultural aspects in Case study cities: Berlin, Los Angeles, Zurich, Detroit, Capetown, Beijing, Madrid, etc. Haris Piplas is the author of the publication of urban transformations in central and Eastern Europe dating 2020. – “City Action Lab: An Integrated Urban Toolkit for Reactivating Cities in Post-Socialist Central Eastern Europe.” He was the editor-in-chief of two editions of the European Association of Landscape Architects (IFLA) called ” Adaptive Capacity of Cities” and “Political Implications on the Urban Landscape.”

Dr. Haris Piplas is the initiator of the “Reactivate Sarajevo” Project, and the curator “Sarajevo Now” at the 15th Architectural Biennale in Venice, and also Keynote Speaker at the many international, professional and scientific conferences Such as “WeMakeTheCity” Amsterdam, AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning), ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners) and “Metropolis non- formal” Munich, ULI Europe annual conference in Paris etc. Haris Piplas is also the former Chair Young Leader at ULI Switzerland and Young Leader committee member at ULI Germany, nominator for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the Advisory Committee of the European Forum Alpbach, in the 'Healthy Places' Committee at ULI Germany as well as an expert Consultant at the many International Agency at the UN and the EU. He lectured at numerous professional conferences, exhibitions and workshops and published several articles in leading magazines and journals.

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Matthew Rauch

I make spaces and places with an emphasis on color, texture, and form.

American
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Olumuyiwa Adegun

My work as an architect-researcher focuses on design and non-design solutions for low-income settlements in sub-Sahara Africa. 

Nigeria
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Mehmet Fatih Güzeldemirci

Architectural ethics find solutions to hidden problems in all of his social life,

Turkey

Architectural ethics find solutions to hidden problems in all of his social life,

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Yenner Suarez

Architecture, Design and urban planning 

Colombian