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Dorota Maria Baraniecka

I graduated recently and live in Berlin for about 5 years now. During my studies, I focused on architectural and urban design and completed many projects, workshops, summer schools and competitions in many international locations like Beirut, Libannon (redeveloping a central city district), New York in cooperation with NYIT (finding a solution in the city for water flooding due to the natural disasters and social housing), Moscow (building up existing residential districts in the city with utopian housing proposals), Sao Paulo (a concept for public spaces and occupied building concepts in Brazil), Portugal (a project of a cultural center in a historic city context of Lisbon) and many interesting locations in Berlin. I also completed an exchange semester in Melbourne, Australia, where i focused on construction management and digitalisation methodology in the architecture field in general. At the moment I work for a real estate company in a Product Strategy team and we try to find a potential within many central city areas to densify them and build new housing (because of housing shortage) We focus mainly on developing interesting housing and co-working concepts. Especially in the times of digitalisation and rapid urbanisation, I really enjoy discussing about architecture and new ideas / new concepts for the future. Therefore I would be glad to be a part of a jury team.

Polish

I graduated recently and live in Berlin for about 5 years now. During my studies, I focused on architectural and urban design and completed many projects, workshops, summer schools and competitions in many international locations like Beirut, Libannon (redeveloping a central city district), New York in cooperation with NYIT (finding a solution in the city for water flooding due to the natural disasters and social housing), Moscow (building up existing residential districts in the city with utopian housing proposals), Sao Paulo (a concept for public spaces and occupied building concepts in Brazil), Portugal (a project of a cultural center in a historic city context of Lisbon) and many interesting locations in Berlin. I also completed an exchange semester in Melbourne, Australia, where i focused on construction management and digitalisation methodology in the architecture field in general. At the moment I work for a real estate company in a Product Strategy team and we try to find a potential within many central city areas to densify them and build new housing (because of housing shortage) We focus mainly on developing interesting housing and co-working concepts. Especially in the times of digitalisation and rapid urbanisation, I really enjoy discussing about architecture and new ideas / new concepts for the future. Therefore I would be glad to be a part of a jury team.

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Sahand Latifi

Digital Architecture , Parametric design , Digital Fabrication , Future technologies , Sustainable design 

Azerbaijan Iranian
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Lidia Saliko

Architecture is a chance we have to make a better future. Creating spaces, ambience that reflect emotions, beauty, function and comfort. 

Albanian
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Roozbeh Ardekani

Digital Architecture and Parametric Design also Teaching in university

iran
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Amanuel Sheferaw

My focuses are on Architecture design, Facade design, Vernacular architecture, and science on building and material.

Ethiopian
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Mohamed Elshikhi

Climate change needs actions; otherwise, the next generations will suffer. As architects, we should try to reach zero carbon in the built environment to create a better future for coming generations on mother earth.

Climatic Design for Sustainable Architecture

Designing for A Changing Climate

Sustainable Environmental Design

Libya

Climate change needs actions; otherwise, the next generations will suffer. As architects, we should try to reach zero carbon in the built environment to create a better future for coming generations on mother earth.

Climatic Design for Sustainable Architecture

Designing for A Changing Climate

Sustainable Environmental Design

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PAKO RADOVANOVIC

Architecture should be like art . It is beautiful or not, you like it or not. Whit out any explaining why it looks like this , because of the impact on environment or because of some sociological aspects or ...

MACEDONIAN
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Kristina Golub

I am focused on scientific research in the field of intelligent building management systems and their influence on architecture. At the same time as an architect at the Golub Architects Company, I design residential and commercial buildings as well as interior design.

Ukrainian
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Egzon Feka

I am driven by an ambition to enable architecture to become a sustainable change agent. My starting point is always what buildings can do for people and local communities

Kosovo
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André Meyerhans

One of the forty most influential architects in the region as per Middle East Architect and Architectural Digest

Swiss
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Matúš Nedecký

Architectural Visualizations

Slovak
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Alida Pjetri

I'm interested on Landscape desig but I love creating in general

Albanian
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Dusko Kuzovic

Vernacular Architecture, History of Urbanism, Architectural Theory, Architectural Design

Serbian
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S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

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Luis Pineda

Reorientar la formación profesional y activa de los que elegimos ser arquitectos, para volvernos a la arquitectura real, esa que no permite la dominación y control de un sistema que destruye, la que deja de ser esclava del poder y economía de unos cuantos que solo quieren llenar sus bolsillos para tener más poder, la que se aleja de los sistemas autocráticos que nos convierten reproductores y repetidores de modelos incoherentes, consumistas y poco éticos.  

Este modelo hegemónico destructor que domina la imaginativa responsable, ética y consciente, anula nuestra responsabilidad como arquitectos; por lo que, es necesario distanciarnos de estos modelos para hacer evidente la responsabilidad que tenemos desde nuestra disciplina.

No se trata de reaccionar impulsivamente en una dirección contraria,  sino de deconstruir y volver a construir en base a estos saberes y conciencia, una nueva visión para construir un futuro diferente, uno que nos permita inteligentemente disminuir, retrasar y si es posible, erradicar, la destrucción que hemos generado, revertir aspectos de deterioro, contemplar a los usuarios, el contexto físico, buscando el confort como un modo de dignidad que arrope a cualquier usuario para que se integre y se incluya en la responsabilidad y cuidado de su entorno. Así como, erradicar la discriminación y marginación que hemos creado en función de prejuicios sociales que tienen que ver con las condiciones económicas, políticas, sociales y culturales. Si podemos revertir la idea de la arquitectura como meramente intelectual e instrumental, lograremos crear estrategias para formarnos profesionalmente con un sentido claro de responsabilidad ética en la que somos encargados de construir un futuro diferente, porque si no hay futuro, no hay arquitectura.

Mexicana

Reorientar la formación profesional y activa de los que elegimos ser arquitectos, para volvernos a la arquitectura real, esa que no permite la dominación y control de un sistema que destruye, la que deja de ser esclava del poder y economía de unos cuantos que solo quieren llenar sus bolsillos para tener más poder, la que se aleja de los sistemas autocráticos que nos convierten reproductores y repetidores de modelos incoherentes, consumistas y poco éticos.  

Este modelo hegemónico destructor que domina la imaginativa responsable, ética y consciente, anula nuestra responsabilidad como arquitectos; por lo que, es necesario distanciarnos de estos modelos para hacer evidente la responsabilidad que tenemos desde nuestra disciplina.

No se trata de reaccionar impulsivamente en una dirección contraria,  sino de deconstruir y volver a construir en base a estos saberes y conciencia, una nueva visión para construir un futuro diferente, uno que nos permita inteligentemente disminuir, retrasar y si es posible, erradicar, la destrucción que hemos generado, revertir aspectos de deterioro, contemplar a los usuarios, el contexto físico, buscando el confort como un modo de dignidad que arrope a cualquier usuario para que se integre y se incluya en la responsabilidad y cuidado de su entorno. Así como, erradicar la discriminación y marginación que hemos creado en función de prejuicios sociales que tienen que ver con las condiciones económicas, políticas, sociales y culturales. Si podemos revertir la idea de la arquitectura como meramente intelectual e instrumental, lograremos crear estrategias para formarnos profesionalmente con un sentido claro de responsabilidad ética en la que somos encargados de construir un futuro diferente, porque si no hay futuro, no hay arquitectura.