Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 536 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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Abdolrahman Kadkhodasalehi

Educational

Residential

Culture building

Iran
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Debanjana Chatterjee
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Indian
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Rikesh Shrestha

I belived in the principle that interior is for the users and exterior is for the public. Architecture is the reflection of ones culture and history. Architecture is developed and evolved out of the local culture, climate, materials, and  context. So, architects need to design respecting the local context, local culture and local history.

So, my focus is on searching for the locally focussed architecture in this global architecture. 

Nepali
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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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ZAHRA PASANDIDEHKHO

I am an architecture and urban planing designer by profession.I’ve been working as a Architecture and Interior designer for 5years.
also I’ve worked as a furniture designer for Italfoam company in IRAN for less than one year.
also I’ve been teaching fengshui for 7 years.I focus on reforming architecture in my contry.

IRAN
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Charbel Etel

Founder of Pilcrow Architects, I believe that architecture should combine logic, aesthetics and performance.

It is not about the design, but the logic of the design; not about the shape, but the performance of the shape and finally not about aesthetics but the adaptation of aesthetics to our daily use.

Lebanese
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Budi Pradono
Budipradono architects
Founder
Professional settings
Indonesia
Budipradono architects
Founder
Professional settings
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Olivier Leclercq

Olivier Leclercq
Architect, urbanist
Vice President of the House of Architecture Ile de France.
I studied architecture at UCL in Tournai (Belgium), at TU Karlsruhe in Germany, and urban planning at ENSA Lille. In parallel, I learned photography at the House of Culture Tournai. In 1997, I worked in London and Warsaw for the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
I worked for two years in Abidjan as an architect, partly for humanitarian projects.
I live and work in the Paris region, associated with Cyrille Hanappe to form AIR architecture office in 2001. We realize mixed urban projects, innovative housing, public buildings and integrate co-design with inhabitants in all our projects.
Since 2016, I am also Secretary General of Actes & Cités, an association for slum clearance and refugee reception.
In parallel, I continue a research at Ecole d’Architecture de La Villette about the valorization of the land by the users expertise in operations of urban prefigurations.

French
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VIPIN WILSON

My foucus will be on sustainability and relevance. I belive in toodays world getting into catching up, we forget about the relevance of the little things that matter and that what i belive is more important.

Indian
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Sheyda Novruzzadeh

Hi!

My name is Sheyda Novruzzadeh. I'm Chairman of the Commission on Youth Affairs of the Union of Architects of the Republic of Azerbaijan. In 2010 I entered the Faculty of Architecture of Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction, graduated from the University with bachelor's degree in 2014 and the master's degree in 2016. Currently , I'm continue my doctorate degree.

Since 2012, I have been the Assistant to the Chairman of the Management Board of the Union of Architects of the Republic of Azerbaijan. I also work as an architect in the architectural company "El & En".

From 2015 to present I have been the President of the Young Architects and Students Club under the Union of Architects of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

During my short architectural activities, I have implemented a number of projects within the architectural company "El & En": Youth Center in the National Park, "High Technology Park" in Pirallahi settlement, Regeneration of historic neighborhoods around Taza Pir Mosque complex, etc.

In 2015, on the occasion of Youth Day, Iwas awarded with the "Youth Prize" by the Ministry of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Azerbaijan for my successful activity in 2014. According to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated December 18, 2017, I was awarded the "Progress" medal for her contribution to the development of architecture in Azerbaijan.

azeri
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Bambara Evariste
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Burkinabé
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Egzon Feka

I am driven by an ambition to enable architecture to become a sustainable change agent. My starting point is always what buildings can do for people and local communities

Kosovo
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Felissia Veliu

I am very interested in studying housing that addresses crucial issues, such as affordable living, sustainable design and flexible housing. 

Albanian

I am very interested in studying housing that addresses crucial issues, such as affordable living, sustainable design and flexible housing. 

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Andrea Cruzalegui

My architectural focus is born from the sensations generated by a space. Whether open or closed, the interior and exterior factors are ordered and controlled by the design generating a particular atmosphere. The architecture must transmit something, and that something is decided by the architect, when it is relevant and well executed it becomes a great design.

Peruvian
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MOHAMED FEKRY MOHAMED

ARCHITECTURAL THEORIES

EGYPT