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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HUBA NGULUMA

Institutional buildings especially Office blocks, Academic buildings ( universities and colleges) and Housing estates.

TANZANIA

Institutional buildings especially Office blocks, Academic buildings ( universities and colleges) and Housing estates.

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Komal Parvez

stress on social context and sustainability

Pakistani
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Anthony Al Khoury

To design and build comfortable and efficient spaces, that match everyone needs. 

Lebanese
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Sameh Farid

Founder, Sameh  Farid Architects

Egyptian
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Elie RACHID

• Winner of architecture competiton: Collège Alain à Carcasonne - Atelier d'architecture Emmanuel Nebout.

• Designer at a new Royal Palace in Paris. (Consultant architect on site, current Job)

Interest: 

-3D rendering/ Architecture presentation

-Architectural concepts

-Interior Design/ Luxury interiors

-Green Buildings/ Sustainablity

-Technology & innovation in architecture

 

 

Lebanese
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Giorgi Vardanashvili

As an Architect my architectural focus is sustainable urban development. Being a citizen of Tbilisi, Georgia I have to deal with many different urban issues taking place in my home city. It is a great opportunitie to deal with them in a sustainable way of thinking in order to reshape the city in its best way. Working With A foreign company gives me a lot of opportunities to study internatiuonal cases and implement them into current projects.

Georgian
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Mahmoud Tawfik

graduated from Faculty of Fine Arts, Architecture Department in 2017.

 

Through my studies in college and  projects detailed in my resume I am

 experienced with building materials and systems, sustainability techni-

ques and construction administration on complex projects. I have exte-

nsive experience with  a  broad  range  of  design  software  including [

 AutoCAD, Sketchup, Revit, 3DS Max and Adobe photoshop ] .

Egyptian
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Liyo Cefre

Design, Planning, and Construction 

Filipino

Design, Planning, and Construction 

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abdesselam mohamed nabil

administration 

appartement 

hotel...

Algeria

administration 

appartement 

hotel...

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Saeed Shenakhteh

As an architect with a positive view of the future of architecture and the impact of architecture on the quality of social and political life of society, I am trying and researching to advance this issue and certainly the best thing an architect can do is anticipate and create a positive gap in This is the path. And that effect doesn't need to be built, even with talking about this mindset or even the exhibition for the general public.

iranian
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Amina Mirza

I have extensive experience as a lead architect for various projects of design, research and assessment in the field of architecture, interior, landscape and urban design.

My focus is on climate change and equitable human developments. My vision for 'green and sustainable' is beyond the tangible elements of human habitation. I believe that the sustainability of culture and tradition lies in the core values that are passed on from generation to generation.

I believe the synthesis of the sciences and the art in balance to how we inhabit the land is the highest form of expression.

Pakistan
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Asma Sebai
  1. La reforme intellectuelle et spirituelle de l'étre humain est la solution pour tout nos problèmes de la planète terre).
  2. La multi-tendance et la pluridisciplinarité de l'architecte.
  3. La protection de l'environnement (architecture et urbanisme ecologique).
ALGÉRIENNE
  1. La reforme intellectuelle et spirituelle de l'étre humain est la solution pour tout nos problèmes de la planète terre).
  2. La multi-tendance et la pluridisciplinarité de l'architecte.
  3. La protection de l'environnement (architecture et urbanisme ecologique).
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Mariia Gonchar

Legislation, Justice, Representation, Communication, Architecture & Related Arts.

Ukrainian

Legislation, Justice, Representation, Communication, Architecture & Related Arts.

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Jakub Vydra

Housing buildings, modernism in architecture, funcionality vs. aesthetics in architecture, technical details, tradition in nowdays

slovakia
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scott gold

Scott joined PAE Japan (PDFM: PAE Design & Facility Management) in 2009 and has been FM Practice Group Leader, Dir. of Business Development, and Dir. of Operations. He has been PDFM's President since 2011 (www.paejapan.com / www.pae.com).

In 2006, Scott and others established Solutions Group Intl. As Director of Operations of SGI LLC and Managing Dir. of SGI Japan KK, Scott was responsible for the operations of the company’s worldwide activities including the Philippines, Japan, China, Guam, Palau, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and other countries. He was responsible for setting up the entities for SGI Japan KK and SGI Southern Sudan. Scott was in charge of all design projects for the organization.

In 1996, Scott joined MWM Architects, Inc. to manage the firm's Guam office and its projects in the Pacific. He became a company principal, serving as Vice President / Region Director.

Before working at MWM, Scott worked in Tokyo, where he worked for various architects, including Japan's largest, Nikken Sekkei, Kurokawa Kisho, GK Sekkei, and Italian architect Aldo Rossi's Tokyo office.

Scott has also been an Instructor of Architectural Design at Tokyo Technical College, lectured at a number of Tokyo Universities, served as an Adjunct Faculty for Virginia Tech in Japan, and has written articles on Japanese architecture.

For 2 years, Scott served as Vice President and Trustee of Children’s Chance for Tomorrow, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing loving homes for homeless children. Scott designed all of CCFT’s major structures.

Scott has lived and worked in the Pacific for more than 3 decades and is a licensed architect on Guam and in California. Examples of his work can be found at: http://www.scottgoldarchitecture.com

Scott Gold served as President of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Japan Chapter (2017) and as its Immediate Past President served on the AIA’s International Board. He has also has been AIAJ’s President-Elect and Secretary.

USA

Scott joined PAE Japan (PDFM: PAE Design & Facility Management) in 2009 and has been FM Practice Group Leader, Dir. of Business Development, and Dir. of Operations. He has been PDFM's President since 2011 (www.paejapan.com / www.pae.com).

In 2006, Scott and others established Solutions Group Intl. As Director of Operations of SGI LLC and Managing Dir. of SGI Japan KK, Scott was responsible for the operations of the company’s worldwide activities including the Philippines, Japan, China, Guam, Palau, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and other countries. He was responsible for setting up the entities for SGI Japan KK and SGI Southern Sudan. Scott was in charge of all design projects for the organization.

In 1996, Scott joined MWM Architects, Inc. to manage the firm's Guam office and its projects in the Pacific. He became a company principal, serving as Vice President / Region Director.

Before working at MWM, Scott worked in Tokyo, where he worked for various architects, including Japan's largest, Nikken Sekkei, Kurokawa Kisho, GK Sekkei, and Italian architect Aldo Rossi's Tokyo office.

Scott has also been an Instructor of Architectural Design at Tokyo Technical College, lectured at a number of Tokyo Universities, served as an Adjunct Faculty for Virginia Tech in Japan, and has written articles on Japanese architecture.

For 2 years, Scott served as Vice President and Trustee of Children’s Chance for Tomorrow, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing loving homes for homeless children. Scott designed all of CCFT’s major structures.

Scott has lived and worked in the Pacific for more than 3 decades and is a licensed architect on Guam and in California. Examples of his work can be found at: http://www.scottgoldarchitecture.com

Scott Gold served as President of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Japan Chapter (2017) and as its Immediate Past President served on the AIA’s International Board. He has also has been AIAJ’s President-Elect and Secretary.