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Oto Novacek

Oto Nováček is an Urban Designer and Researcher from Slovakia currently based in Bratislava. During his studies he managed to attend several international projects connected to contemporary urban challenges, urban research and participatory planning in Belgium, Turkey, Germany, and Slovakia.  In 2016 he was researching informal practices of “Arrival city” in Hamburg and subsequent integration processes of immigrants into German system. In 2017 he lectured at JKUAT University in Nairobi on the topic of Slum upgrading, and later he acted as an advisor for urbanisation at Permanent mission of Slovakia to the United Nations in New York. Further he was actively engaged in research and design of social housing for Roma populace in Slovakia. Currently he is working at the intersection of practice and research at Atrium studio on the topic of collaborative creation of public spaces and autonomous urbanisation.

Slovak
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Juan Manuel Sandoval Perdomo
Representation and architecture
Colombia
Representation and architecture
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Debanjana Chatterjee
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Indian
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Hajar Eslami

In quest for creating spaces compatible with the essence of nature and human beings, and using new technologies and innovative, compatible materials, in order to improve the quality of spaces for the man of today and future

Iranian
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MARWAH ALWIRFILI

It is very important, before a person begins to plan for the implementation of any building, that all the surrounding natural influences are evaluated from the topography, green areas, customs, traditions, climate and other features that will affect the determination of the most appropriate elements of the building, such as geographical orientation, geometric shape, materials used, openings, etc.

Libyan
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Jiří Bužek
Czech Republic
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Marketa Killi

Interior designer 

Czech
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Jaroslav Minařík
Od interiérů po průmysl.
Czech Republic
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Nuran Saliu

Architectural Design and Computational Design

North Macedonia
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Růžena Mašková
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Czech Republic
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Roland Baldi
Office profileRoland Baldi Architects, based in Bolzano/South Tyrol, covers a broad spectrum of projects which vary in scale, context and function - from public and private buildings to commercial buildings, urban planning and interior design. Their architecture is characterised by a great sensitivity for context, functionality and a contemporary design language: simple but different. An essential aspect is to reduce architecture to its very essence and its most simple form, even for the most complex of tasks. The use of pure materials and colours as well as the consideration of local references, results in a clear, high-quality and timeless architecture. In all phases of the project, the office’s approach has as its centrality the user and their needs and expectations. Beyond project-related research and planning, the office participates actively, critically and reflectively in current debates on contemporary architecture, art and design.Some of the most important projects have been the Merano 2000 ropeway, the TechnoAlpin headquarters Bolzano, the Kindergarten Sluderno, the Civil protection centre Ritten, the Mobility centre Collalbo and many others. Many of the implemented projects have been awarded with national and international architecture awards and presented in reputable exhibitions (i.a. Biennale of Architecture São Paulo, Biennale of Architecture Venice, Premio Architettura Città di Oderzo, South Tyrolean Architecture Prize, best architects award, Iconic Awards, Premio Architetto dell'anno, Wood Architecture Prize).
Italy
Office profileRoland Baldi Architects, based in Bolzano/South Tyrol, covers a broad spectrum of projects which vary in scale, context and function - from public and private buildings to commercial buildings, urban planning and interior design. Their architecture is characterised by a great sensitivity for context, functionality and a contemporary design language: simple but different. An essential aspect is to reduce architecture to its very essence and its most simple form, even for the most complex of tasks. The use of pure materials and colours as well as the consideration of local references, results in a clear, high-quality and timeless architecture. In all phases of the project, the office’s approach has as its centrality the user and their needs and expectations. Beyond project-related research and planning, the office participates actively, critically and reflectively in current debates on contemporary architecture, art and design.Some of the most important projects have been the Merano 2000 ropeway, the TechnoAlpin headquarters Bolzano, the Kindergarten Sluderno, the Civil protection centre Ritten, the Mobility centre Collalbo and many others. Many of the implemented projects have been awarded with national and international architecture awards and presented in reputable exhibitions (i.a. Biennale of Architecture São Paulo, Biennale of Architecture Venice, Premio Architettura Città di Oderzo, South Tyrolean Architecture Prize, best architects award, Iconic Awards, Premio Architetto dell'anno, Wood Architecture Prize).
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Philip Horton
Philip Horton is a Clinical Associate Professor and a Senior Global Futures Scientist, and he is currently acting as the Assistant Director for Strategic Initiatives for The Design School. In Academic Year 2020/21 Horton served as the Interim Director for The Design School. Horton is currently participating in a transdisciplinary research initiative with the Global Futures Laboratory (GFL), the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO), Studio MA, and other units within ASU. He is currently co-directing the launch of the interdisciplinary Center of Building Innovation (cobi) at ASU, as well as the emergent "Wakanda ASU" initiative.Horton previously acted as faculty advisor to Team ASUNM (Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico) on the SHADE house (Solar Homes Adapting for Desert Equilibrium) for the U.S. Department of Energy's 2013 Solar Decathlon, and as the studio professor for the Waimea Nui Community Development Initiative with the Native Hawaiian Homesteaders' Association. He received a Master's in Architecture (M.Arch) with commencement honors from the Arizona State University's College of Architecture and Environmental Design (now the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts), and is currently completing the Stanford LEAD Executive Education program through the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
United States
Philip Horton is a Clinical Associate Professor and a Senior Global Futures Scientist, and he is currently acting as the Assistant Director for Strategic Initiatives for The Design School. In Academic Year 2020/21 Horton served as the Interim Director for The Design School. Horton is currently participating in a transdisciplinary research initiative with the Global Futures Laboratory (GFL), the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO), Studio MA, and other units within ASU. He is currently co-directing the launch of the interdisciplinary Center of Building Innovation (cobi) at ASU, as well as the emergent "Wakanda ASU" initiative.Horton previously acted as faculty advisor to Team ASUNM (Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico) on the SHADE house (Solar Homes Adapting for Desert Equilibrium) for the U.S. Department of Energy's 2013 Solar Decathlon, and as the studio professor for the Waimea Nui Community Development Initiative with the Native Hawaiian Homesteaders' Association. He received a Master's in Architecture (M.Arch) with commencement honors from the Arizona State University's College of Architecture and Environmental Design (now the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts), and is currently completing the Stanford LEAD Executive Education program through the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
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Hamed Dabestani

interactive and kinetic design

Iran
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Fredrik Gyllenhoff

Urban planner and architect from Copenhagen, Denmark.

Denmark
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Joel Mukalay Kime Mukena
Sustainable Architectural design of public and administrative buildings in light of climate change and geographical location of the building.
Congolese
Sustainable Architectural design of public and administrative buildings in light of climate change and geographical location of the building.

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