Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 355 jurors from 67 countries. The voting will take place over the Internet max to four times a year. You will not travel, you will help.

Certified juror
Semifinal juror
Wajiha Siddiqui

As a faculty in the Department of Visual Studies, University of Karachi for the past 5 years, I intent in the visionary discourse which reflects towards a social discourse of exploring architecture to a different paradigm. Architecture should listen to the spirit of places, and the needs of not just the human spirit but other living spirits. To look into architecture as healing giving intent, to living spirits – to places, to people, and to the environment.

Pakistani
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Hermann Kamte

Hermann Kamte is an award-winning Cameroonian Architect. He is the Founding Associates and the Creative Director at HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates.

In 2016, He started after earned Master’s Degree in Architecture with « Distinction » at the prestigious EAMAU (École Africaine des Métiers de l’Architecture et de l’Urbanisme).

Through a series of award-winning design, Hermann has developed a reputation for designing project that are as programmatically and technically innovative as they are ecofriendly, Marketable, serviceable, affordable, sustainable and ecological conscious.

Hermann has received numerous awards and honors, including the WAFX Prize’s Cultural Identity Prize in 2017 at the World Architecture Festival, the Gold in Architectural Design at the American Prize of Architecture and the The Inaugural Archi. Awards Africa “Premiere” held by African Union of Architects (AUA) in 2018.

Alongside his architectural practice, Hermann have contributed and have been feature to international press such as “The Architectural Review” “Business Day” and “Financial Times”. He is becoming a frequent public speaker and has spoken in venues such as CTBUH, ARCHITECTURE ZA and LAFARGEHOLCIM FOUNDATION.

Cameroonian
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Joost Leeuwenburg

Architecture design and urban planning.

New Zealand
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Mahmoud Tawfik

graduated from Faculty of Fine Arts, Architecture Department in 2017.

 

Through my studies in college and  projects detailed in my resume I am

 experienced with building materials and systems, sustainability techni-

ques and construction administration on complex projects. I have exte-

nsive experience with  a  broad  range  of  design  software  including [

 AutoCAD, Sketchup, Revit, 3DS Max and Adobe photoshop ] .

Egyptian
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Semifinal juror
Jairo Galindo

My architectural approach is oriented in the structuring of the form.

Colombia
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Rikesh Shrestha

I belived in the principle that interior is for the users and exterior is for the public. Architecture is the reflection of ones culture and history. Architecture is developed and evolved out of the local culture, climate, materials, and  context. So, architects need to design respecting the local context, local culture and local history.

So, my focus is on searching for the locally focussed architecture in this global architecture. 

Nepali
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Semifinal juror
Noureldin Mohamed

I,m Chairperson of the Culture and Heritgae Commission of The Africa Union of Architect

Sudanese

I,m Chairperson of the Culture and Heritgae Commission of The Africa Union of Architect

Certified juror
Final juror
Vincent Marani
Marani Architects s.r.o.
Founder
Professional settings
USA
Marani Architects s.r.o.
Founder
Professional settings
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Semifinal juror
Salma Begum

Salma Begum is a Bangladeshi Architect. Having been a distinguished student herself throughout her academic career – from being the recipient of Vice Chancellor’s Gold Medal in Bachelor of Architecture to double masters from BUET, Bangladesh and KU Leuven, Belgium with distinction, she is now engaged in nurturing next generation architects in the Department of Architecture at Ahasanullah University as an Assistant Professor. She is also a practicing architect – involved in various notable projects both domestically and internationally. She frequently contributes in international architectural publications benefiting the community. Outside architecture world, she is an avid traveler and a photographer.

She is interested in designing public spaces and places. Her research interest is to see how the use of space changes its scenerio with time and politics. For a city , landscape plays an important role. Therefore, how urbanism and landscape can integrate togather to contribute a city is another topic of interest of hers. She is currently engazed as an indpendent researcher where the research tries to forsee the future of public green space: Envisioning a sustainable urban landscape as incubator of citizenship, social cohesion and alternative urban economics – the Case of Dhaka.

 

 

 

Bangladeshi
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Semifinal juror
Sohrab Azizollahi

Sohrab Azizollahi is an Iranian Architect, who his projects were awarded and recognized in several international architectural festivals and competitions. He has founded his professional practice, Sohrab Azizollahi Studio in 2009, and also has worked as a freelance architect in architectural competitions. He has participated in many construction projects, including his own designs as an executive principal and director. His most important awarded project is “Each devastated cities” which was awarded the iF Design Talent Awards 2017 in Germany, and he has been shortlisted and honored in several international architectural awards such as INSPIRELI Awards in Prague, 2A Asia Architectural Awards, in Vienna & Berlin, and Middle East Architect Awards in UAE.

His main focus in architectural and urban design and research is on the environmental design process and using smart technologies for providing sustainability in the projects, besides considering the context and culture.

He also has researched and practiced about the renovation of destroyed cities or areas caused by war or natural disaster.

Iranian
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Semifinal juror
Mark Lester Valignota

Architecture and Design, BIM

Filipino
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Semifinal juror
Brett Dong Ha Lee

Brett is a licensed architect, artist, lecturer and gallery manager active in New York, Philadelphia, and Seoul. His interest spans across multi-media and scales, speculating on complex structural tectonics, material technologies, and fabrication methods in both architectural practice and discourse.

Korea / USA
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Semifinal juror
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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Semifinal juror
Ridha Abdul Razak

I am a multiqualified Architect in various field of Architecture, training, alternative dispute resolution, social masterplanning , asset & events management, Social media content designer and many more.  

My Architectural focus is in Sustainable Development not limited to only Architecture, but how the build environment we design can push boudaries towards empowerment of people through the creation of circular economy, social integration and collaboration, and enviromental health to combat climate change.

Architect of the future now needs to look beyond and behave as not only Architectural designer, but the leaders of the design world imbedding holistic knowledge of environmental design, social science, business development , technology adaptation and becoming globalise in the world and outerspace.

 

Malaysia
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Semifinal juror
Shama Anbrine

To me, architecture is not merely an art of creating beautiful buildings. It is the context, both cultural and social, as well as social and environmental responsiveness that makes or breaks it. 

Pakistani

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