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Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 298 jurors from 67 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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Shadi Omidvar Tehrani

Urban Designer

Iran
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Kanika Kaushal

Interior Architecture

Urban Mapping

Heritage Preservation

India
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ALI ZAFAR QAZI

Architecture that respects its Context and Region. Architecture that is sustainable and environmentally friendly. Architecture that is equitable and promotes human wellbeing and happiness.

PAKISTAN
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Roozbeh Ardekani

Digital Architecture and Parametric Design also Teaching in university

iran
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Julieta Chester

Respect for the land we habitate

Argentina
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Edmond Isaku

My architectural focus is combining the fasade design with the whole concept of the object.

The esthetic of the object should follow the meaning of the object. This is my first and main focus. In the same time I belong to that group of architects who think that the culture should reflect the way we build our reality and , but more than that it is how we build in order to change our way of living. So in this case I am curious to see if the students which will participate would consider to create their works in my terms ( esthetics and culture).

Macedonia

My architectural focus is combining the fasade design with the whole concept of the object.

The esthetic of the object should follow the meaning of the object. This is my first and main focus. In the same time I belong to that group of architects who think that the culture should reflect the way we build our reality and , but more than that it is how we build in order to change our way of living. So in this case I am curious to see if the students which will participate would consider to create their works in my terms ( esthetics and culture).

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Philippe KLEIN KLEIN

Philippe KLEIN, architect DPLG, is member of UNSFA National Board in charge of International Affairs, and delegate to Architects Council of Europe since 2009 and vice-president for 2018-2019, he is since 2018 General Secretary of CIAF the french section of UIA. 
Languages : French, English, German

CURRICULUM VITAE :Philippe KLEIN, is born the 7 June 1960 in Strasbourg.
Studied at the Ecole d'Architecture de Strasbourg from 1978 until 1984, in the workshops of Christian HUNZIKER and Gaétano PESCE. Graduated in 1984 (Director of Studies: Christian HUNZIKER - Members of the Jury: Gaétano PESCE - Max BACHER - Gilles DE BURE - Alexander TZIONIS).
Other training: Architecture of workplaces in 1985, Sustainable Development and Urban Environmental Quality in Construction and Planning in 2003- 2004.
Professional experiences:-  1981-1982: Architect's assistant for Patrick BOEHM, Architect DPLG in Strasbourg, bioclimatic and solar architectural projects.
-  1984: Architect's assistant for Christian HUNZIKER, Architect FAS.
-  1985: Planning Agency for the Strasbourg Conurbation. Study for reuse of industrial buildings.
-  1987: Architect's assistant for BIK Architecture in Strasbourg.
-  1988-1989: Branch manager at Emile Lugger Ingénierie Architecturale in Selestat, creation ofindustrial buildings, office buildings, homes and public buildings.
-  1990: Creation of the "Atelier d'Architecture Philippe Klein" in Strasbourg, located in Traenheim since 2013. Versatile agency working on a variety of projects in the private and public sectors, in new and redeployed collective housing, detached houses, social housing, hotels/catering, trade, public facilities, service industry and agriculture. Professional practice focusing on environmental initiatives, and consideration of the needs and requirements of sustainable development and material quality for all types of use.
- 2001: License to practice in Hesse - Germany.
-  2005: Appointed expert by the Court of Appeal of Colmar.
-  Since 2005: Lecturer at INSA Strasbourg, Architecture Section,
-  2007-2011: Lecturer at the University of Strasbourg, Faculty of Law. "Real estate trades"professional license.
-  2015-2018: Lecturer at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Nancy,  –“The architects in Europe”.Professional and social activities:
-  2002: Participation in the creation of the Union of Architects of the Bas-Rhin.
-  2002-2008: President of the Union of Architects of the Bas-Rhin.
-  2003-2017: Member of the Board of CAM BTP Insurance Company,
-  Since 2004: Member of the Board of the Bas-Rhin-CAUE [Council of architecture, town planning and environment], since 2008 Secretary
-  Since 2004: Member of the Board of the Building Office of the Bas-Rhin - Vice President from 2004 to 2008 and since 2012.
-  2007: Participation in the creation of the Union of Alsace Architects Unions.
-  2007-2009: President of the Union of Architects Alsace Unions.
-  2009-2011: President of UNSFA - National Union of French Architects Unions.
-  Since 2009 : UNSFA delegate to ACE
-  Since 2009: UNSFA delegate to the International Council of French Architects (CIAF), Vice President 2011-2014, President 2015-2017, since 2018 General Secretary
- Since 2011: UNSFA member of board in charge of International Affairs -2018-2019: Vice-President of ACE

FRENCH

Philippe KLEIN, architect DPLG, is member of UNSFA National Board in charge of International Affairs, and delegate to Architects Council of Europe since 2009 and vice-president for 2018-2019, he is since 2018 General Secretary of CIAF the french section of UIA. 
Languages : French, English, German

CURRICULUM VITAE :Philippe KLEIN, is born the 7 June 1960 in Strasbourg.
Studied at the Ecole d'Architecture de Strasbourg from 1978 until 1984, in the workshops of Christian HUNZIKER and Gaétano PESCE. Graduated in 1984 (Director of Studies: Christian HUNZIKER - Members of the Jury: Gaétano PESCE - Max BACHER - Gilles DE BURE - Alexander TZIONIS).
Other training: Architecture of workplaces in 1985, Sustainable Development and Urban Environmental Quality in Construction and Planning in 2003- 2004.
Professional experiences:-  1981-1982: Architect's assistant for Patrick BOEHM, Architect DPLG in Strasbourg, bioclimatic and solar architectural projects.
-  1984: Architect's assistant for Christian HUNZIKER, Architect FAS.
-  1985: Planning Agency for the Strasbourg Conurbation. Study for reuse of industrial buildings.
-  1987: Architect's assistant for BIK Architecture in Strasbourg.
-  1988-1989: Branch manager at Emile Lugger Ingénierie Architecturale in Selestat, creation ofindustrial buildings, office buildings, homes and public buildings.
-  1990: Creation of the "Atelier d'Architecture Philippe Klein" in Strasbourg, located in Traenheim since 2013. Versatile agency working on a variety of projects in the private and public sectors, in new and redeployed collective housing, detached houses, social housing, hotels/catering, trade, public facilities, service industry and agriculture. Professional practice focusing on environmental initiatives, and consideration of the needs and requirements of sustainable development and material quality for all types of use.
- 2001: License to practice in Hesse - Germany.
-  2005: Appointed expert by the Court of Appeal of Colmar.
-  Since 2005: Lecturer at INSA Strasbourg, Architecture Section,
-  2007-2011: Lecturer at the University of Strasbourg, Faculty of Law. "Real estate trades"professional license.
-  2015-2018: Lecturer at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Nancy,  –“The architects in Europe”.Professional and social activities:
-  2002: Participation in the creation of the Union of Architects of the Bas-Rhin.
-  2002-2008: President of the Union of Architects of the Bas-Rhin.
-  2003-2017: Member of the Board of CAM BTP Insurance Company,
-  Since 2004: Member of the Board of the Bas-Rhin-CAUE [Council of architecture, town planning and environment], since 2008 Secretary
-  Since 2004: Member of the Board of the Building Office of the Bas-Rhin - Vice President from 2004 to 2008 and since 2012.
-  2007: Participation in the creation of the Union of Alsace Architects Unions.
-  2007-2009: President of the Union of Architects Alsace Unions.
-  2009-2011: President of UNSFA - National Union of French Architects Unions.
-  Since 2009 : UNSFA delegate to ACE
-  Since 2009: UNSFA delegate to the International Council of French Architects (CIAF), Vice President 2011-2014, President 2015-2017, since 2018 General Secretary
- Since 2011: UNSFA member of board in charge of International Affairs -2018-2019: Vice-President of ACE

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Jürgen Mayer
J. MAYER H. und Partner, Architekten mbB
Founder
Professional settings
Germany
J. MAYER H. und Partner, Architekten mbB
Founder
Professional settings
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NKUMBUYABERA ESDRAS

My architectural focus is on concept development and choice of materials.

Rwandan
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Irina Stybl Gimodeeva

Architecture and Urban Design, garden Design, Design

Russian
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Karel Smejkal

Psychology of Architecture researcher at CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture K129. 

czech
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Sharif Tousif Hossain

Industry

Bangladeshi
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Ashutosh Kumar Agarwal

Architectural Education to be meaningful for society

Large scale Urban Design & Educational Campuses.

Indian

Architectural Education to be meaningful for society

Large scale Urban Design & Educational Campuses.

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Shuva Chowdhury

Architecture, Digital Speculation and Urban Design 

Bangladesh
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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.

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