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Edirisooriya Arachchige Tharanga Suresh

We are all a part of nature, what we take from nature needs to be returned back in a sustainable manner, it is challenging that's why we needs to be sensitive and design towards that. Depending on the context and circumstances you may face different challenges yet innovation should proceed reaching the set objectives. I believe this is the most futuristic idea for the planet earth !

Sri Lankan
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Mehdi Chohan
To incorporate sustainable solutions and benefits of BIM in Architecture and Construction industry.
Pakistani
To incorporate sustainable solutions and benefits of BIM in Architecture and Construction industry.
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Bessong Thomas Tambe MIET

- Realizable

- Simplicity

- Innovating

- Beauty

- Natural lightening

 

Cameroonian

- Realizable

- Simplicity

- Innovating

- Beauty

- Natural lightening

 

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Davide Marchetti

Davide Marchetti received his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Rome La Sapienza in 2001 and joined the Massimiliano Fuksas Office in Rome upon graduation. The following year he became a member of the Italian Architects Registry, Chapter of Rome. In 2004, he began his own practice, specializing in architecture, urban planning and interior design. The office is driven by a consistent philosophical approach, not a predetermined style. It explores and develops new ways of thinking about architecture and the surrounding contextual environment in order to create models for change and innovation. Projects are approached with a comprehensive emphasis on environmental themes, materiality and cultural context. As a result, the studio aims to create specifically designed and detailed buildings that are deeply contextual with equal attention to function. High quality design results from the continuity of rigorous process and intensive dialogue with the client, consultants, contractors and inhabitants.Davide Marchetti has taught at Cornell University continuously from 2011, as a Visiting Critic in advanced design studios. He has been several times an invited critic at Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, Catholic University, University of Miami as well as at University of Rome La Sapienza and University of Pisa School of Engineering. He believes that the education of an architect manifests through a process; both the understanding and the application of the curriculum and studio discipline, as well as in the personal exploration of influences from multiple environments. These come from many sources, such as art and literature, science and medicine, history and economy. These conditions then consequently influence the scope of multidisciplinary practice that now permeates contemporary architecture. He is interested in fostering this environment, and adeptly responding to each students individual strengths, passions, and interests.

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Davide Marchetti received his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Rome La Sapienza in 2001 and joined the Massimiliano Fuksas Office in Rome upon graduation. The following year he became a member of the Italian Architects Registry, Chapter of Rome. In 2004, he began his own practice, specializing in architecture, urban planning and interior design. The office is driven by a consistent philosophical approach, not a predetermined style. It explores and develops new ways of thinking about architecture and the surrounding contextual environment in order to create models for change and innovation. Projects are approached with a comprehensive emphasis on environmental themes, materiality and cultural context. As a result, the studio aims to create specifically designed and detailed buildings that are deeply contextual with equal attention to function. High quality design results from the continuity of rigorous process and intensive dialogue with the client, consultants, contractors and inhabitants.Davide Marchetti has taught at Cornell University continuously from 2011, as a Visiting Critic in advanced design studios. He has been several times an invited critic at Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, Catholic University, University of Miami as well as at University of Rome La Sapienza and University of Pisa School of Engineering. He believes that the education of an architect manifests through a process; both the understanding and the application of the curriculum and studio discipline, as well as in the personal exploration of influences from multiple environments. These come from many sources, such as art and literature, science and medicine, history and economy. These conditions then consequently influence the scope of multidisciplinary practice that now permeates contemporary architecture. He is interested in fostering this environment, and adeptly responding to each students individual strengths, passions, and interests.

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Madona Salameh

Art and design have always marveled me, for that reason I chose to study architecture where I discovered that there is more than just building a beautiful exterior or just thinking architecture as an investment. It is about creating spaces where art and design can be expressed in multiple ways and thought as one element combining the exterior and the interior. In addition, I am a strong believer in the ability and the impact of the architecture and research combined with design thinking for strengthening our societies and having a positive effect on the world Among other things, I am fascinated by lighting design, set designs and event design planning as well as my passion for photography. Therefore, I am planning to expand my knowledge in the scenography field that combines all these elements and gain more experience in it

Lebanese
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Elzbieta Komarzynska-Swiesciak
I am a licensed architect and have over 10 years of international working experience. I am interested in architecture that is susceptible to change, which transcends its location constraints and allows different functional programs to come together in time and space. My current research interests lie in the adaptation of abandoned spaces (terrain vague, post-communication spaces) and the applicability of Open Building strategies in adaptive reuse projects.
polish
I am a licensed architect and have over 10 years of international working experience. I am interested in architecture that is susceptible to change, which transcends its location constraints and allows different functional programs to come together in time and space. My current research interests lie in the adaptation of abandoned spaces (terrain vague, post-communication spaces) and the applicability of Open Building strategies in adaptive reuse projects.
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Roman Ruhig

He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Civil Engineering at STU in Bratislava, division Architecture. At present he works as a PhD student at the Department of Architecture at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. In his dissertation he deals with a sustainable aspect of renewal, more specifically the influence of intermediate space on energy efficiency. He has worked with several well-known architects in his practice. At the same time, he has successfully participated in different architectural competitions in a couple with Ing. arch. et Ing. Ema Kiabova. Together set up an architectural studio ER Atelier.

Slovak

He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Civil Engineering at STU in Bratislava, division Architecture. At present he works as a PhD student at the Department of Architecture at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. In his dissertation he deals with a sustainable aspect of renewal, more specifically the influence of intermediate space on energy efficiency. He has worked with several well-known architects in his practice. At the same time, he has successfully participated in different architectural competitions in a couple with Ing. arch. et Ing. Ema Kiabova. Together set up an architectural studio ER Atelier.

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Maha Ibrahim

Actually, my architectural focus is on ideas and concepts laying behind the architectural product in any cultural society. I always eager to study the history of architecture from that point of view, other than studying its architectural product from its visual or formal values. I like to know and distinguish the cultural value that moves its architect to choose that way of designing and exclude others. 

That is why, I like to teach history and theories of architecture to make my students learn from others how to be innovative and creative, and be able to distinguish between human values and physical values.

Egyptian
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scott gold

Scott joined PAE Japan (PDFM: PAE Design & Facility Management) in 2009 and has been FM Practice Group Leader, Dir. of Business Development, and Dir. of Operations. He has been PDFM's President since 2011 (www.paejapan.com / www.pae.com).

In 2006, Scott and others established Solutions Group Intl. As Director of Operations of SGI LLC and Managing Dir. of SGI Japan KK, Scott was responsible for the operations of the company’s worldwide activities including the Philippines, Japan, China, Guam, Palau, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and other countries. He was responsible for setting up the entities for SGI Japan KK and SGI Southern Sudan. Scott was in charge of all design projects for the organization.

In 1996, Scott joined MWM Architects, Inc. to manage the firm's Guam office and its projects in the Pacific. He became a company principal, serving as Vice President / Region Director.

Before working at MWM, Scott worked in Tokyo, where he worked for various architects, including Japan's largest, Nikken Sekkei, Kurokawa Kisho, GK Sekkei, and Italian architect Aldo Rossi's Tokyo office.

Scott has also been an Instructor of Architectural Design at Tokyo Technical College, lectured at a number of Tokyo Universities, served as an Adjunct Faculty for Virginia Tech in Japan, and has written articles on Japanese architecture.

For 2 years, Scott served as Vice President and Trustee of Children’s Chance for Tomorrow, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing loving homes for homeless children. Scott designed all of CCFT’s major structures.

Scott has lived and worked in the Pacific for more than 3 decades and is a licensed architect on Guam and in California. Examples of his work can be found at: http://www.scottgoldarchitecture.com

Scott Gold served as President of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Japan Chapter (2017) and as its Immediate Past President served on the AIA’s International Board. He has also has been AIAJ’s President-Elect and Secretary.

USA

Scott joined PAE Japan (PDFM: PAE Design & Facility Management) in 2009 and has been FM Practice Group Leader, Dir. of Business Development, and Dir. of Operations. He has been PDFM's President since 2011 (www.paejapan.com / www.pae.com).

In 2006, Scott and others established Solutions Group Intl. As Director of Operations of SGI LLC and Managing Dir. of SGI Japan KK, Scott was responsible for the operations of the company’s worldwide activities including the Philippines, Japan, China, Guam, Palau, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and other countries. He was responsible for setting up the entities for SGI Japan KK and SGI Southern Sudan. Scott was in charge of all design projects for the organization.

In 1996, Scott joined MWM Architects, Inc. to manage the firm's Guam office and its projects in the Pacific. He became a company principal, serving as Vice President / Region Director.

Before working at MWM, Scott worked in Tokyo, where he worked for various architects, including Japan's largest, Nikken Sekkei, Kurokawa Kisho, GK Sekkei, and Italian architect Aldo Rossi's Tokyo office.

Scott has also been an Instructor of Architectural Design at Tokyo Technical College, lectured at a number of Tokyo Universities, served as an Adjunct Faculty for Virginia Tech in Japan, and has written articles on Japanese architecture.

For 2 years, Scott served as Vice President and Trustee of Children’s Chance for Tomorrow, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing loving homes for homeless children. Scott designed all of CCFT’s major structures.

Scott has lived and worked in the Pacific for more than 3 decades and is a licensed architect on Guam and in California. Examples of his work can be found at: http://www.scottgoldarchitecture.com

Scott Gold served as President of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Japan Chapter (2017) and as its Immediate Past President served on the AIA’s International Board. He has also has been AIAJ’s President-Elect and Secretary.

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Ayesha Malik

I have served in this profession for over a decade as an academacician and have been working as a practicioner in field as well. I have always focused on how bringing nature close to the humans daily activities and spaces by making them part of it as nature has a magical answer for many problems from healing to calmness, from energy saving to mood bootness etc. I belief you can do wonders with it. 

Pakistani

I have served in this profession for over a decade as an academacician and have been working as a practicioner in field as well. I have always focused on how bringing nature close to the humans daily activities and spaces by making them part of it as nature has a magical answer for many problems from healing to calmness, from energy saving to mood bootness etc. I belief you can do wonders with it. 

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Murat Soygeniş FAIA
S+ ARCHITECTURE Founding Partner Professional settings
Turkey
S+ ARCHITECTURE Founding Partner Professional settings
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Mark Lester Valignota

Architecture and Design, BIM

Filipino
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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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Boris Hála
The Mendel University in Brno Associate, Department of Furniture, Furniture Design and Habitation Academic settings
Czech Republic
The Mendel University in Brno Associate, Department of Furniture, Furniture Design and Habitation Academic settings
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Joseph Beaini

High end creativity is what I simply bake!  

What architects are trying to achieve usually is to create a focal point in their designs. And this is a way to focus on particular components of the architectural design. It's just making simple things seems more exquisite and much more alive.  
My Architecture Focus is to create weird emblematic emotional spaces of value. In fact, it is a passion and desire to strive for the best, amid the challenges and pressures that make you an architect worth it. 

However, to be a real architect is not about to be only uniquely different but to be much more awaken for enlightenment arts. 
In the enlightened state of art, you still use your thinking mind when needed, but in a much more focused and effective way than before. So what is left when illusion of creativity ends?

Lebanese

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