Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 402 jurors from 78 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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Satoru Sugihara

I seek qualities integrating complexity and rationality and diversity and consistency in designs. I also appreciate computational / algorithmic design thinking with sophisticated techniques or insightful visions. 

Japan
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Mansoor Ahmed

Architecture Design Theory and Criticism

Architectural Pedagogy

Pakistan
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Shadi Omidvar Tehrani

Urban Designer

Iran
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Kahina Ferreira
  1. General architecture design
  2. Sustainable design
  3. Landscape architecture
Angolan
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Richard Anthony Losalajome Bolom'oese

Professional architect for almost 20 years and having worked a lot in international humanitarian action ...

Congolese (DRC)
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Meheroze Al Hassan

Planning & Design on Residential Single Unit to multi-storied building, Apartments & Housing.

Involved in some Urban Design Projects.

Few interiors projects including Bank,office have been successfully designed by me.

Bangladesh
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Geomilie Tumamao-Guittap

Believing in the significant role building professionals play in shaping the character, form, and quality of places and spaces for humanity, Ar. Geomilie S. Tumamao-Guittap is a passionate architecture-planning professional and development researcher. She finished B.S. Architecture from the University of Santo Tomas with honours in 2003 and served as a designer-coordinator for various commercial developments in United Arab Emirates at the height of the construction boom of early 2000. After she returned to the Philippines to earn her graduate studies in 2010, she joined the University of the Philippines School of Urban and Regional Planning (UP SURP) as a University Researcher in 2011 and graduated Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning specializing in Estate Planning and Development with honours in 2015. She currently heads the Capacity Building Subcommittee of the United Architects of the Philippines – Emergency Architects (UAP-EA) and she is actively involved in the International Network for Traditional Buildings, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU) – Philippine Chapter. She is engaged in various researches, outreach programs, and trainings on disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) and sustainable development.

 

Filipino
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Abdolrahman Kadkhodasalehi

Educational

Residential

Culture building

Iran
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Maria Abi Raad

Architecture Graduate from the Holy-Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon. She was ranked third at the 19th Chaderji Award – (Lebanon 2019), first in Urban Design and Landscape at the Inspireli Awards (Prague 2019) and obtained an honorable mention at the Design that Educates Awards – (Germany 2019) for her project on the post-war reconstruction of Mosul. News of her project reached UNESCO Paris who then kindly requested it for instructive purposes. Interested in social and sustainable challenges, she plans to pursue a master's degree in International Urban Planning at l’Ecole d’Urbanisme de Paris.

Lebanese
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Marketa Killi

Interior designer 

Czech
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Ali Cheaib

Modern architecture and BIM management.

Lebanon
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Nimra Qazi

Nimra Qazi is an Architect by profession, an entrepreneur, design thinker and a global shaper for the World Economic Forum (WEF) who is driven by the functional, spatial and technological advancement of our built environment for sustainable living through Eco-Friendly design solutions.

Pakistani
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Oliverio Najmias

He has a fascination for sustainable processes and from practice [NOA] he aims to generate innovative tailor-made urban and architectural solutions.


ACADEMIC PROFILE

He is Adjunct Professor (Int) in Architectural Studio at the FADU, UBA (University of Buenos Aires) where he has been teaching since 1998. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of: Talca [Chile]; Johannesburg [South Africa] and Javeriana of Bogota [Colombia]; and Lecturer at the Tadeo University of Cartagena [Colombia]. He also chaired the 2010 DasBaker Award Jury in South Africa.

In 2018 the University of Buenos Aires distinguishes him with two Academic Merit Mentions


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

In 2007 he founded Najmias Oficina de Arquitectura [NOA], a practice with a fascination for sustainable processes and the generation of innovative solutions from architecture and the impact it has on the daily life of its users. The research-based approach drives spatial innovation in the fields of architecture, interior design and furniture as well as in the landscape, with a strong focus on the integration and impacts of the built on the phisical setting and the environment

He won his first international prize in 2002, the Silver Medal in the International Design Competition Beyond East and West [Korea]. In 2011 he was awarded the International Highly-Commended Americas Property Awards Single Residence.

From NOA, or associated with other offices, he also obtains the following national awards: 1st. and 3rd. Urban Project Award at FADU Biennial [2019]; Distinguished Work BIA-AR [2018]; 1st. Prize National Competition for the Colegiales Railwaystation Masterplan [2017]; 2nd Prize National Competition for City Park National [2017]; 3rd Arq Award [2011] and Bicentennial Award Finalist [2010] among others.

Argentine

He has a fascination for sustainable processes and from practice [NOA] he aims to generate innovative tailor-made urban and architectural solutions.


ACADEMIC PROFILE

He is Adjunct Professor (Int) in Architectural Studio at the FADU, UBA (University of Buenos Aires) where he has been teaching since 1998. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of: Talca [Chile]; Johannesburg [South Africa] and Javeriana of Bogota [Colombia]; and Lecturer at the Tadeo University of Cartagena [Colombia]. He also chaired the 2010 DasBaker Award Jury in South Africa.

In 2018 the University of Buenos Aires distinguishes him with two Academic Merit Mentions


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

In 2007 he founded Najmias Oficina de Arquitectura [NOA], a practice with a fascination for sustainable processes and the generation of innovative solutions from architecture and the impact it has on the daily life of its users. The research-based approach drives spatial innovation in the fields of architecture, interior design and furniture as well as in the landscape, with a strong focus on the integration and impacts of the built on the phisical setting and the environment

He won his first international prize in 2002, the Silver Medal in the International Design Competition Beyond East and West [Korea]. In 2011 he was awarded the International Highly-Commended Americas Property Awards Single Residence.

From NOA, or associated with other offices, he also obtains the following national awards: 1st. and 3rd. Urban Project Award at FADU Biennial [2019]; Distinguished Work BIA-AR [2018]; 1st. Prize National Competition for the Colegiales Railwaystation Masterplan [2017]; 2nd Prize National Competition for City Park National [2017]; 3rd Arq Award [2011] and Bicentennial Award Finalist [2010] among others.

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László Földes

My bigest aim is to rethink the architectural tradition.

The idea of Kenneth Framptons critical regionalism is close to me.

Architects should give useful answers to the challenge of environmental changes.

Most common projects in my practice: Housing, Schools, Kindergardens, Nurseries, Visitor Centers, Office buldings, Conference Center, Castle restaurations,

Hungarian
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Mir Wali Shah

My focus is on Sustainable Design & Architecture Transformation, we are transforming architecture through different periods, For example Technology Transformation, in Case of Building Design Transformation we are getting ideas from Past and implementing in Present and modifying for Future but the Question is we are following the sustainablity Principles or destroying the Future, Past was sustainable and we are trying for Faster, we need to be fast but to follow the past for fast sustainable development, we are living in Built Environment but need to protect our Natural environment from Hazards, future challenges are challenging us but we are safe because we have Past to make our Future Sustainable for bright tomorrow. 

In Sha Allah. 

Pakistani

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