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There are 567 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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Daniel Sosa Navarro

Daniel's architectural focus deals with a design that emphasizes the environment and its culture, incorporating sustainability, new technologies, and functionality. Material selection and construction process are also fundamental pillars of good architecture.

Spain
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Benjamin Wells

I am an architect and researcher focused on the points of convergence between space, politics and society. 

My work spans a range of mediums and scales - from ambitious built projects to temporary installations and published research - all with a focus on the political and social role of architecture. 

British
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DEBATOSH SAHU

To serve the people or mass at large by designing sustainable and sensitive Architecture for them.

INDIAN
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Yenner Suarez

Architecture, Design and urban planning 

Colombian
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Niko Kapa

Award winning Architect, Industrial Designer and Researcher based in Dubai. Founder of Studio Niko Kapa, a multidisciplinary team that supports innovation using research as an integral part of the design process. The practice balances between architecture and product design, embracing the language of functionality, construction efficiency, and brand identity.

Churchill Towers, Floor 16, P.O. Box 488039, Dubai, UAE

Greek
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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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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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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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Ana Nikezic

Architectural design

 

Serbia
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Patrick Hamzo

I believe in a philosophy that entails design as an interdisciplinary, collective effort to respond to contemporary needs and future issues. A great design is the result of collaborative work combined with passionate, innivative, sensitive values that transforms a place or a space into a unique solution that responds to human needs.

LEBANESE
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Esterina Peka

Im focused on new expression of modern architecture .Green architecture and the new lines of intertwining them .

Creativity is important and the self expression of the inner world and the outer world of ourselves where the lines on the buildings and architecture express that part of our psychology and the self. Not undervaluating our role in the nature fauna and flora. 

That new architecture that brings some balance in the nowdays damaged nature and the modern selfis egocentric world of humans. The idea is to fulfill both sides not forgeting the other side either of the duo.

Albanian
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Nikoletta Dimitriou

Young architect highly interested in sustainable architecture, social-oriented design and innovative building technics. 

Greek
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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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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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Trésor Lumfuankenda Bungiena

Common sense and more sensitivity on local practices to create an original architectural production.

CONGOLESE (Dem. Rep. Congo)