Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 531 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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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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Adéla Grůšová

housing for young people, using greenery in the interior and exterior of buildings

Czech
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Marketa Killi

Interior designer 

Czech
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Francois Valentiny
VALENTINY hvp architects
Director
Professional settings
Luxembourg
VALENTINY hvp architects
Director
Professional settings
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bayezid sarkar

Modern architecitecture making by using ancient culture with their own context.

Bangladeshi
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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
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Lenka Blechová

Architecture and architectural visualisations

Czech
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Mostafa Ismael

the most im interessted in is . 

sketching .

Modeling , Rendering architecture scene and animation .

also Postproduction and presenation .

 

 

Egyptian

the most im interessted in is . 

sketching .

Modeling , Rendering architecture scene and animation .

also Postproduction and presenation .

 

 

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Amir Ghiasi

Architecture is a language

Iran
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Nasimjon Sodikov

architecture - is the level of civilization and culture

uzbek
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Payel Sen Gupta

Turning human feelings into architecture through detailing, to create an overwhelming space.

Bangladeshi
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Final juror
Christian Gasparini
Christian Gasparini is founder and principal at NATOFFICE, an architectural and urban planning practice, based in Reggio Emilia and Milan. Christian teaches and researches at Politecnico of Milan.
Christian teaches and researches at Politecnico of Milan
Professional, academic
Italy
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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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S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

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Elobaid Elfadil

Lead studio-design lecturer and researcher specialized in (architectural Visualization and photography, architectural morphogenesis and form-finding ,  architectural tectonics and Aesthetics). Additionally,  there is a considerable interest in developing (architectural pedagogies, design-knowledge,  and critical thinking skill-sets) within the architectural education.

Sudanese

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