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Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 437 jurors from 78 countries. The voting will take place over the Internet max to four times a year. You will not travel, you will help.

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Rong Zhao

Museum exhibition designer at wHY New York.

Chinese
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Badri Wael

My architectural focus is to create 3d images to let the client feel there futur design on playing on there psychology...

Tunisian

My architectural focus is to create 3d images to let the client feel there futur design on playing on there psychology...

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Noman Afzal

-Revolution

-Creativity

-Modernism

-Milimist 

 

Pakistani
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Anusha Thati

Industrial and residential projects with a design appoach of  innovative, lively, and sustainable cities for people.

Indian
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Krzysztof Rostański

Associated professor at Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology, Poland. Main areas of scientific interest - landscape design, urban design, theory in architecture. Owner of design studio Pracownia HORTUS. In 1996 obtained his Ph.D. with thesis: Rebuilding of the greenery of densely populated settlements in industrial cities of Upper Silesia, Katowice case study, with the use of computer method of plant selection. In 2014 DSc degree upon monograph: Modelled nature - naturalistic elements in urban planning. Commission for conservation of historical greenery. Author of 54 and co-author of 11 scientific publications (5 individual monographs), 16 scientific notifications, 5 popular books and other publications. Author of 162 landscape architecture designs, 14 expertises and 41 greenery inventories (including 2 inventories of botanical garden in Zabrze). Leading designer of 29 designs of new parks and squares. Main works: Recomposition of greenery of two districts - Ligota and Koszutka in Katowice; Conception plan for Silesian Botanical Garden in Mikolow; co-author of multi-option conception plan for development of postindustrial area of „Turow” brown coal mine, Belchatow; Greenery for Akademicka Street in Gliwice; Hill Antonia Park - zinc spoil heap in Ruda Śląska; park of Silesian Center for Rehabilitation and Health in Rabka; co-author of Greenery design for Copernicus Science Centre in Warszawa - Discovery Park and Garden on the roof. Recent monograph: Connotations in architecture - On the Art of Observation of Associations Drawn from Culture.

Polish

Associated professor at Faculty of Architecture, Silesian University of Technology, Poland. Main areas of scientific interest - landscape design, urban design, theory in architecture. Owner of design studio Pracownia HORTUS. In 1996 obtained his Ph.D. with thesis: Rebuilding of the greenery of densely populated settlements in industrial cities of Upper Silesia, Katowice case study, with the use of computer method of plant selection. In 2014 DSc degree upon monograph: Modelled nature - naturalistic elements in urban planning. Commission for conservation of historical greenery. Author of 54 and co-author of 11 scientific publications (5 individual monographs), 16 scientific notifications, 5 popular books and other publications. Author of 162 landscape architecture designs, 14 expertises and 41 greenery inventories (including 2 inventories of botanical garden in Zabrze). Leading designer of 29 designs of new parks and squares. Main works: Recomposition of greenery of two districts - Ligota and Koszutka in Katowice; Conception plan for Silesian Botanical Garden in Mikolow; co-author of multi-option conception plan for development of postindustrial area of „Turow” brown coal mine, Belchatow; Greenery for Akademicka Street in Gliwice; Hill Antonia Park - zinc spoil heap in Ruda Śląska; park of Silesian Center for Rehabilitation and Health in Rabka; co-author of Greenery design for Copernicus Science Centre in Warszawa - Discovery Park and Garden on the roof. Recent monograph: Connotations in architecture - On the Art of Observation of Associations Drawn from Culture.

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Emmanuel Nsibula

From the republic democratic of Congo practising in south Africa. 

My architectural philosophy consists of finding the right balance between being innovative,responsive, financially and enviromentally aware, in order to make good architecture accessible to all.

My Design process consist of 3 things:

  1. Understanding the context 
  2. Responding to the user needs
  3. Exploring new ways of resolving issues from the first two points

I believe Architecture should be pushing its boundaries and that each building should not just be a functional structure but a unique answer to a social, a contextual or even an economical problem.

Congolese
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Priyan Hettipathirana

To create architecture that is aesthetically pleasing and technically resolved to meet sustainable development goals while meeting with the time, quality and cost targets. 

Sri Lankan
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Nisrine Assaf

improve human life. Create timeless, free, joyous spaces for all activities in life

Lebanese
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Ervin Taçi

Architecture for people 

Albania
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Eliška Krenarová

interior design

Czech
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Sana Malik

I believe architecture organizes the socio-economic activities of all human beings irrespective of their gender, class, race and income levels. Well-designed built environment provides healthy, safe and inclusive spaces to its users.

Pakistani
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Zdeněk Jiran
The Czech Technical University in Prague
Associate professor, Department of Architecture
Academic settings
Czech Republic
The Czech Technical University in Prague
Associate professor, Department of Architecture
Academic settings
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Gerdi Papa

Born on November 9 th of 1989 in Tirana, Albania, Gerdi is an architect who is passionate about computational and algorithmic design topics as well as digital fabrication. His first steps in the computational design field are taken as his high school education is focused on electronics. He finishes his master studies in Architecture and Urban Design at Polis University in 2014 where he deals with a thesis in Interactive Architecture. His main fields of interest from that point on focus on the digital aspects of designing architecture with a professional master in Parametric Design finished at Polis University in 2016. During this time he also practiced as an assistant lecturer at Polis University in the corses of Information Architecture as well as Computer Aided Design. He started his PhD studies in the joint doctorate program between Polis University and Ferrara in 2016-2017 where he is now developing a thesis on Digital Fabrication and Emergency Shelters.

Albanian
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Spas Smilenov

Simple but sustainable and effective Architecture

BULGARIAN

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