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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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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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Yann SOSSAH

sustainable

Ivoirien
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Aíro Ernann GC
The social interest in housing
Colombia
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Samuel Quagliotto

Founder of atelier QUAGLIOTTO and Ph.D. with a thesis about danish architecture.

Italy
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Ramiz Baig

Throughout my professional career i have had a diverse focus which has enabled me to enjoy the various facets of the design world. Including the following:

  • Residential
  • Interiors
  • Universal Accesibility
  • Heritage
Pakistani
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Ali Mohammadzadeh

A strong believer in the ability of architecture and research combined with design thinking for strengthening our societies and having a positive effect on the world. Only together we can build a better future, therefore my communication and team working skills.

Iranian
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Venkatesh Rathi

VGR Architects, mixed used architecture, interiors , residential, commercial architecture 

Indian
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Kate Schwennsen

Academic, Director of the School of Architecture, Clemson University

USA
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Adriano Pimenta

Adriano Pimenta is an architect with over 26 years of practice in the elaboration and coordination of projects and, since 1997, connected to the development of work related to urban planning and master-plan, transportation systems, housing and public spaces. The work Adriano has done between 1992 and 2006, in the office of the Pritzker Architect Souto de Moura, allowed Adriano to meet, develop and coordinate a vast and broad variety of projects such as the development and re-qualification of urban spaces, between 1999 and 2006 the coordination of the work in the Oporto Metro project and since 2013 until 2017 as a Consultant in Riyadh Metro.

Since 2007, he has settled in his own office where the projects undertaken comprehend and include transportation systems, plans and urban waterfronts requalification’s, refurbishment and preservation of the heritage, development of housing typologies, manufacturing typologiesand school buildings.

In 2013, he has begun working as an Architect and Urban Designer consultant in the Riyadh Metro in the consortium RMTC formed by Egis,Parsons and Systra.

The Metro Riyadh develops in 170km and consists of 6 lines, tunnel, elevated and at grade tracks with 48 cut cover stations, 16 at grade stations, 25 elevated stations and 4 iconic stations. The work involves two lines, Line 1 with 38,0 km and Line 2 with 25.3 km.

Since September 2014 until 2017, Adriano has worked as Senior Architect Design in PCM Contract for Riyadh Metro Line 3 (41.6 km, 22 Stations) awarded to consortium Salini-Impregilo-Ansaldo STS-Bombardier (ANM)

Initiating his career in 1992, in the office of the Architect Souto de Moura, early his work passed through coordination, such as the upgrading of the urban centre of Maia city, the development and coordination of Chiado Mall in Lisbon and the coordination of the Metro do Porto project, which includes the projects of the underground stations, the urban insertion of surface metro stations system and the refurbishment of urban spaces related to the work.

Portuguese

Adriano Pimenta is an architect with over 26 years of practice in the elaboration and coordination of projects and, since 1997, connected to the development of work related to urban planning and master-plan, transportation systems, housing and public spaces. The work Adriano has done between 1992 and 2006, in the office of the Pritzker Architect Souto de Moura, allowed Adriano to meet, develop and coordinate a vast and broad variety of projects such as the development and re-qualification of urban spaces, between 1999 and 2006 the coordination of the work in the Oporto Metro project and since 2013 until 2017 as a Consultant in Riyadh Metro.

Since 2007, he has settled in his own office where the projects undertaken comprehend and include transportation systems, plans and urban waterfronts requalification’s, refurbishment and preservation of the heritage, development of housing typologies, manufacturing typologiesand school buildings.

In 2013, he has begun working as an Architect and Urban Designer consultant in the Riyadh Metro in the consortium RMTC formed by Egis,Parsons and Systra.

The Metro Riyadh develops in 170km and consists of 6 lines, tunnel, elevated and at grade tracks with 48 cut cover stations, 16 at grade stations, 25 elevated stations and 4 iconic stations. The work involves two lines, Line 1 with 38,0 km and Line 2 with 25.3 km.

Since September 2014 until 2017, Adriano has worked as Senior Architect Design in PCM Contract for Riyadh Metro Line 3 (41.6 km, 22 Stations) awarded to consortium Salini-Impregilo-Ansaldo STS-Bombardier (ANM)

Initiating his career in 1992, in the office of the Architect Souto de Moura, early his work passed through coordination, such as the upgrading of the urban centre of Maia city, the development and coordination of Chiado Mall in Lisbon and the coordination of the Metro do Porto project, which includes the projects of the underground stations, the urban insertion of surface metro stations system and the refurbishment of urban spaces related to the work.

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Hajar Eslami

In quest for creating spaces compatible with the essence of nature and human beings, and using new technologies and innovative, compatible materials, in order to improve the quality of spaces for the man of today and future

Iranian
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Alzbeta Stodolova

In my studio, we are working on the development of responsible local architecture in Prague by focusing on projects of all dimensions (from houses to large urban and transport projects).

I am a founding member of the Czech Architects Without Borders Association focusing on socially sustainable architecture, which is part of an international network Architects Sans Frontières. 

Czech
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Lea Pavlovic

My architectural focus is developing concepts using contemporary methods, theories, and programs, while  researching them throughout all architectural phases that transfer the ideas to reality.

I am an architect and interior designer, reasearching the theme of biological materials in architecture.

Serbian
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Lidia Saliko

Architecture is a chance we have to make a better future. Creating spaces, ambience that reflect emotions, beauty, function and comfort. 

Albanian
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Lenka Staroňová

Architectural Visualizations

Czech
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Payel Sen Gupta

Turning human feelings into architecture through detailing, to create an overwhelming space.

Bangladeshi