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There are 552 jurors from 101 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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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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Štefan Turcovský

Architectural Visualizations

Slovak
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Semifinal juror
LENIN ARUL
  • Sustainable Architectural Design.
  •  challenges and opportunities in smart city designs.
  • evolution of architecture  within specific cultural contexts including aspects of politics, society, religion and climate.
  • dynamic interface between man and his environment through its constituent aspects and elements in Architecture.
  • principles of architectural design.
Indian
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Final juror
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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Semifinal juror
Ivana Slozilova

Interior design and architecture

cz
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Yiğit Acar

Urban Design, Architectural Design, Architectural Representation, Data Visualization.

Turkish
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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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Semifinal juror
Felissia Veliu

I am very interested in studying housing that addresses crucial issues, such as affordable living, sustainable design and flexible housing. 

Albanian

I am very interested in studying housing that addresses crucial issues, such as affordable living, sustainable design and flexible housing. 

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Semifinal juror
Michael Karassowitsch

Research-in-practice and education. • Focus in the relationship of technology to architectural value and spirituality. • Modern technological thought has brought us to an impass not unlike the pandemic of 2020. We will not be able to continue as we have. • Need is to inform architects' role in coming change; responsibility far surpasses what we are today doing. • Ground of my work is to bring spiritual practice near to architectural practice and bring to the fore the original questioning nature of architectural practice that gives measure as architectural loci in tune with nature. • Facilitate transformative use of the findings of science that technology enables. 

Canada/Austria
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Semifinal juror
James Wright

James Wright is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and a founding Board Director and current Immediate Past President of the AIA International Region.  He is a past Chair of the AIA International Practice Committee Advisory Group, active with the IPCAG since 2011.  He is currently very involved with the International Union of Architects (UIA); he led the AIA delegation to the 2017 UIA Assembly in Seoul, and currently serves as UIA Professional Practice Commission Co-Director. 

Over his career, Wright has led the design and project management of over US$6 billion of building construction and has conducted innumerable planning and feasibility studies in over 40 countries spanning every continent except Antarctica.  With an unusually broad grasp of architectural practice, every year since 1979 he has been engaged in the marketing, managing, design, and delivery of exemplary architectural design services worldwide. His sensitivity to the local culture and traditions of each project setting is strongly reflected in his program-driven building designs.

USA
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Semifinal juror
Carl Salloum

Modernism

Lebanese
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Semifinal juror
Gamaleldin Tarakhan

As an Architect and a member in Libya Green Guilding Council (LGBC), my profession focuses on designing buildings with consideration of sustainable strategies to create a healthy environment.

Also as a member in LGBC, I created UnEarth team which is responsible on advocating and raising awareness about sustainable architeture and sustainability in general in Benghazi Libya.

Libyan

As an Architect and a member in Libya Green Guilding Council (LGBC), my profession focuses on designing buildings with consideration of sustainable strategies to create a healthy environment.

Also as a member in LGBC, I created UnEarth team which is responsible on advocating and raising awareness about sustainable architeture and sustainability in general in Benghazi Libya.

Certified juror
Semifinal juror
Maira Khan

 

I anticipate that my Research on the Sustainable Development & Public Health, will be revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region will bring Architectural Solution to communities of Pakistan. It will lead to economic development, environmental integrity, and social equality for the benefit of all humanity.
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Vernacular Architecture of Pakistan and indigenous materials will be used in the development of the project.
The Agenda for Research will focus on ending poverty , aim towards improving the living conditions of the community and empower all women and girls by promoting their handicraft skills. Not this it the main objective of this project will be productive employment and decent work for residents of all age groups. It will sustainable management of resources of the area.
The research will be designed in a way that it will ensure resilient infrastructure and make rural settlements and surrounding area safe, resilient and sustainable.
Consequently, this can provide immaculate opportunities, improving the pathetic living conditions of the residents of the area by promoting local crafts, vernacular architecture and indigenous materials of that region.. Sustainable proposal will be energy efficient on the same lines as humanitarian projects of Experts. The design solution will aim to provide building improvement and infrastructure.

1.2 Description of Research Goals & Objectives
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Emphasis shall be placed on adaptation and implementation of research-derived knowledge and techniques to a practical humanitarian architecture project in areas of concern.
The project research goals and objectives will yield tangible outcomes in the form of prototypes which can be developed all over Pakistan. My Participation will enable Building a network and support system among female scientists from different countries .
I have been teaching Energy and Environment to students of Bachelor of Architecture and promoting and encouraging interest in the areas of sustainable development, and communication of the relevance in everyday life.


Sustainability presents great challenges for Architecture profession. But it also presents us with opportunities to play a dynamic and constructive role in the future development of our own societies. Indeed, we find ourselves living and working at one of those critical times in the history of the world where the future of the human enterprise is being decided. These are critical times. Our role as architects helping society to secure its future may well be decisive. In a world that is already straining its life supporting capacities to the limit, how we shape and organise space in support of sustainable living lies at the very heart of well-being and even our survival.
1.3 Conclusion
This research of almost 10 years will focus on revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region and works towards Sustainable Development.
My research has concluded that SUSTAINABILITY and BIM are inter-twined issues and that this requires more research and deliberation in order to address how best to co-relate the 2 issues to yield maximum value-add.
All strategic actions Smile, Promote, Experiment and Survive will serve as research models . The Focus of my research has been same as the Theme of Brundtland Award.
• Health and Sustainable Development
• Sustainable and Equitable Health Systems
• Sustainable Development Challenges in Developing Countries
I assure you that this Platform will result in International Collaboration and we will be able to fight with all the challenges and come up with Sustainable Solutions for the coming Generations.I would like to conclude by Quoting The Brundtland Report 1987 :

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
- The Brundtland Report 

 

 

REFERENCES

www.thailand-guide.com
(student papers from 17-Aug-2016)
Submitted to University of Wales Swansea on 2016-08-17
(Internet from 17-Nov-2015)
http://mofa.go.ug/files/downloads/Statement%20by%20Prof%20Kamuntu%20Ephraim.pdf
( Papers from 03-Jul-2015)
Submitted to 82561 on 2015-07-03
(Internet from 14-Mar-2014)
http://design490.org/what-is-humanitarian-architecture/?replytocom=52
(Publications)
Nanda, Ved P.. "The journey from the millennium development goals to the sustainable development goals.", Denver Journal of International Law and , Spring 2016 Issue

 

 

Pakistani

 

I anticipate that my Research on the Sustainable Development & Public Health, will be revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region will bring Architectural Solution to communities of Pakistan. It will lead to economic development, environmental integrity, and social equality for the benefit of all humanity.
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Vernacular Architecture of Pakistan and indigenous materials will be used in the development of the project.
The Agenda for Research will focus on ending poverty , aim towards improving the living conditions of the community and empower all women and girls by promoting their handicraft skills. Not this it the main objective of this project will be productive employment and decent work for residents of all age groups. It will sustainable management of resources of the area.
The research will be designed in a way that it will ensure resilient infrastructure and make rural settlements and surrounding area safe, resilient and sustainable.
Consequently, this can provide immaculate opportunities, improving the pathetic living conditions of the residents of the area by promoting local crafts, vernacular architecture and indigenous materials of that region.. Sustainable proposal will be energy efficient on the same lines as humanitarian projects of Experts. The design solution will aim to provide building improvement and infrastructure.

1.2 Description of Research Goals & Objectives
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Emphasis shall be placed on adaptation and implementation of research-derived knowledge and techniques to a practical humanitarian architecture project in areas of concern.
The project research goals and objectives will yield tangible outcomes in the form of prototypes which can be developed all over Pakistan. My Participation will enable Building a network and support system among female scientists from different countries .
I have been teaching Energy and Environment to students of Bachelor of Architecture and promoting and encouraging interest in the areas of sustainable development, and communication of the relevance in everyday life.


Sustainability presents great challenges for Architecture profession. But it also presents us with opportunities to play a dynamic and constructive role in the future development of our own societies. Indeed, we find ourselves living and working at one of those critical times in the history of the world where the future of the human enterprise is being decided. These are critical times. Our role as architects helping society to secure its future may well be decisive. In a world that is already straining its life supporting capacities to the limit, how we shape and organise space in support of sustainable living lies at the very heart of well-being and even our survival.
1.3 Conclusion
This research of almost 10 years will focus on revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region and works towards Sustainable Development.
My research has concluded that SUSTAINABILITY and BIM are inter-twined issues and that this requires more research and deliberation in order to address how best to co-relate the 2 issues to yield maximum value-add.
All strategic actions Smile, Promote, Experiment and Survive will serve as research models . The Focus of my research has been same as the Theme of Brundtland Award.
• Health and Sustainable Development
• Sustainable and Equitable Health Systems
• Sustainable Development Challenges in Developing Countries
I assure you that this Platform will result in International Collaboration and we will be able to fight with all the challenges and come up with Sustainable Solutions for the coming Generations.I would like to conclude by Quoting The Brundtland Report 1987 :

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
- The Brundtland Report 

 

 

REFERENCES

www.thailand-guide.com
(student papers from 17-Aug-2016)
Submitted to University of Wales Swansea on 2016-08-17
(Internet from 17-Nov-2015)
http://mofa.go.ug/files/downloads/Statement%20by%20Prof%20Kamuntu%20Ephraim.pdf
( Papers from 03-Jul-2015)
Submitted to 82561 on 2015-07-03
(Internet from 14-Mar-2014)
http://design490.org/what-is-humanitarian-architecture/?replytocom=52
(Publications)
Nanda, Ved P.. "The journey from the millennium development goals to the sustainable development goals.", Denver Journal of International Law and , Spring 2016 Issue

 

 

Certified juror
Semifinal juror
Helen Magno-Miranda

My focus is sustainability in the design-built environment and urban planning. I am currently the Planning Head for Mixed Use, Townships and Retail Developments of Filinvest, one of the elaidng real estate developers in the Philippines. One of my main role is to review, and approve design submissions by consultans that we hire for our projects. I have more than 17 years of experience as an architect and masterplanner/environmental planner.

Filipino

My focus is sustainability in the design-built environment and urban planning. I am currently the Planning Head for Mixed Use, Townships and Retail Developments of Filinvest, one of the elaidng real estate developers in the Philippines. One of my main role is to review, and approve design submissions by consultans that we hire for our projects. I have more than 17 years of experience as an architect and masterplanner/environmental planner.

Certified juror
Semifinal juror
Georges Kozah

On my career and so far , I always focused on the relation between design and reality. How to create something from nothing and in the same time based on strong and clear principles. functionality, structure, integration and materiality...

All those principles help us as people to build this special relation with spaces and places.

And provide us as architects with an infinite ways to create our masterpieces.

Lebanese