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There are 576 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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Janntul Adnan Nizum

Green Architecture is emerging now. My focus is on green and eco friendly design and development.

Bangladeshi
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Muhammad U. F. Khan

Architecture is to give Shape to your thoughts through Masses by moving reshaping and resizing.

Pakistan
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Bambara Evariste
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Burkinabé
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Francois Valentiny
VALENTINY hvp architects
Director
Professional settings
Luxembourg
VALENTINY hvp architects
Director
Professional settings
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Joost Leeuwenburg

Architecture design and urban planning.

New Zealand
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Lok Kuang Wooi

I am interested in architecture that relates to the culture where it is located, and at the time reflects the nuances of emerging contemporary living.

Malaysian
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Mansoor Ahmed

Architecture Design Theory and Criticism

Architectural Pedagogy

Pakistan
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Thana Chirapiwat

Architectural design theory & philosophy, urban design, and urban planning, design technology, planning technology, design and planning innovation.

Thailand
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Michael Kinyumu

Sustainable Design

Kenyan
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Victor Miguel
Health and Education Facilities
Houses
Firh Markets
Angola
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Sébastien Dachy

ounded in 2014 by architects Matthieu Busana and Sébastien Dachy, MAMOUT explores a practice of architecture based on multidisciplinary and research-by-design. They develop projects of various scales and programs, mostly located in urban environment. They use physical paper models, graphic design and photography to explore themes like materiality, light and scenography.

Belgium
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Maykel Rodríguez

Modern architecture. Urban design, rehabilitation and restiration.

Cuban
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Affan Adil Khan

Contemporary design analogy in the midst of arid environments. Perceiving architecture as means of inspiration and excitement through multi-disciplinary projects

Pakistan
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Rong Zhao

Museum exhibition designer at wHY New York.

Chinese
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Edgar Gonzalez

Based in Madrid, Edgar Gonzalez leads the Bachelor in Design program at IE School of Architecture and Design. He founded EGD Edgar Gonzalez Design, a Strategic Design Agency, where he serves clients as a strategic consultant specialised in applying design processes to complex problems and narratives. As, Editor-in-chief of edgargonzalez.com since 2002, one of the main reference websites about architecture and design in the Spanish speaking world, he is tuned in to news and trends in architecture and design throughout the world.
 
Especially interested in themes at the threshold of the architectural practice, he researches the relationships between new technologies and media for creative processes and contemporary cities.  He has served as guest professor and speaker in several universities and has been the curator and designer of several exhibitions and cultural projects. From 2000 to 2002 he worked as an architect at Zaha Hadid Architects in London and at Arquitectura Torres Nadal from 2002 to 2005. He also served as an editorial designer for the  Architectural Association London, The Economist and The Guardian.
 
Holds a Bachelor in Architecture ( ITESO University, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1996) and a M.A. in Complex Architecture  (Alicante University, Alicante, Spain, 2007).
 

 

Mexican

Based in Madrid, Edgar Gonzalez leads the Bachelor in Design program at IE School of Architecture and Design. He founded EGD Edgar Gonzalez Design, a Strategic Design Agency, where he serves clients as a strategic consultant specialised in applying design processes to complex problems and narratives. As, Editor-in-chief of edgargonzalez.com since 2002, one of the main reference websites about architecture and design in the Spanish speaking world, he is tuned in to news and trends in architecture and design throughout the world.
 
Especially interested in themes at the threshold of the architectural practice, he researches the relationships between new technologies and media for creative processes and contemporary cities.  He has served as guest professor and speaker in several universities and has been the curator and designer of several exhibitions and cultural projects. From 2000 to 2002 he worked as an architect at Zaha Hadid Architects in London and at Arquitectura Torres Nadal from 2002 to 2005. He also served as an editorial designer for the  Architectural Association London, The Economist and The Guardian.
 
Holds a Bachelor in Architecture ( ITESO University, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1996) and a M.A. in Complex Architecture  (Alicante University, Alicante, Spain, 2007).