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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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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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Shahul hameed Sadhiq

Upcoming architecture study industry must be learn about the current architectural practical implementation , and what am focusing to the architecture is new innovation of architectural materials and sustainable aspects involves in current architecture industry .

and the most important point heart of architecture practice is analytical of clients mentality bcoz they will become our boss of that particular project . 

Indian
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Delovan Delawer

Experimental Architecture and Design. Sustainable, Regenerative, and Futuristic Architecture.

Kurdistan/Hungary
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Muhaimin Shahriar Shaon

He is the founder of "Deconstruction Architects", an architectural firm based on Bangladesh. He is also the founder of Arch-Bangla (Countries first architectural web portal). He studied Landscape and Gardening from New Skills Academy, USA.
He designed several Large scale housing projects in Bangladesh. His specialization is on high-rise condominium complexes and Landscape. Interior Design also covers his specialization. Two renowned Childern Theme parks also designed by him. 
Several articles related to architectural practices and heritage of Bangladesh of him published in journals & newspaper of Bangladesh.
He believes "ARCHITECTURE IS THE THOUGHTFUL MAKING OF SPACE"

Bangladeshi
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Asma Sebai
  1. the human being is the cause of all the Earth problems, and at the same time, it is the solution to save it.
  2. multi-tendency, multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity.
  3. contemporary architecture: the creation of sustainable living spaces that meet human needs.
  4. architectural heritage as a basis for architectural development.
    Heritage should not be an obstacle in the way of architectural creativity, but an element of inspiration and a lesson from the past.
Algerian
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Noman Afzal

“Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.”

Pakistany
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Shaila Bantanur

heritage conservation, traditional architecture, sustainability assessment 

Indian
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Betty Chavez

Architectural Design 

Architectural Design Computational

Architectural Parametric Design 

Digital fabrication 

Multimaterials

Algorithmic design 

Design research 

Peruvian

Architectural Design 

Architectural Design Computational

Architectural Parametric Design 

Digital fabrication 

Multimaterials

Algorithmic design 

Design research 

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Oren Lieberman

I have developed a wide-ranging practice, as an architect, teacher, writer, publisher, and initiator and curator of events and exhibitions. I have taught widely in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, including Sweden (Umeå) and Germany (Berlin, Bochum), where I had my own practice. My research focuses on performative practices which entangle knowledge, methodologies and techniques from various disciplines, including architecture, performance, geography, anthropology, and sociology. I am interested in the role architecture and its processes of production play in the construction of political practices and the establishment of the 'common'; in critical pedagogies inhering in embodied practices; and in research as intraventional. Much of my work in pedagogy and other areas of research draws particularly upon theories and views which are inclusive and nondual, performative in their diffractive mode, and are fundamentally about an ethical and responsible engagement with the making of the world with others.

US
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Ana Nikezic

Architectural design

 

Serbia
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BHASKAR TIWARI

Industrial and Commercial Buildings.

Indian
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Nicolas Turchi

Nicolas Turchi is a designer currently working at Zaha Hadid Architects and a Digital Futures PhD scholar at Tongji University. Nicolas holds a Master in Architecture II from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Bologna. He has worked for several firms including Eisenman Architects, Xefirotarch, Mario Cucinella Architects and 5+1AA. Nicolas is particularly interested in emergent technologies and how they affect the theoretical aspect of the discipline. Nicolas has also been studying the relationship between architecture and philosophy and graduated with a thesis on Time and Space in architecture, influenced by the thoughts of Henri Bergson and Edmund Husserl.

 

 

Italian
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John Lemuel Llacuna

Building Science

Filipino

Building Science

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Jorge Salgado

Less is more, My firm is located in Querétaro, an important city in México.

Mexican
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Yann SOSSAH

sustainable

Ivoirien