Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 490 jurors from 99 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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Zeri Alfisyahrani

I focus on residential buildings, government buildings, offices and hospitals.

Indonesia
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Samuel Quagliotto

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

Italy
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assan saco fochive

la transparence deans la conception est mon premier materiau de construction

camerounaise

la transparence deans la conception est mon premier materiau de construction

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Jaydeep Vaishnav

Interior design 

Indian

Interior design 

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Maja Dimitrijevic

To make people realize their dreams, to get exactly what they wanted and how they wanted it. To create an architecture that is different, functional, innovative, advanced, smart.

For a simple future for all.

Serbian
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FITZGERALD UMAH

Experienced Architect in Architectural Design, and Construction Management Projects and Contract Management and Project Execution and Delivery

Proven ability to communicate clearly and manage large teams. Experienced Architect with strong leadership and relationship-building skills.

Strengths include verbal and written communication, Business Development, Managerial and Operational expertise.

 

NIGERIAN
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Davide Marchetti

Davide Marchetti received his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Rome La Sapienza in 2001 and joined the Massimiliano Fuksas Office in Rome upon graduation. The following year he became a member of the Italian Architects Registry, Chapter of Rome. In 2004, he began his own practice, specializing in architecture, urban planning and interior design. The office is driven by a consistent philosophical approach, not a predetermined style. It explores and develops new ways of thinking about architecture and the surrounding contextual environment in order to create models for change and innovation. Projects are approached with a comprehensive emphasis on environmental themes, materiality and cultural context. As a result, the studio aims to create specifically designed and detailed buildings that are deeply contextual with equal attention to function. High quality design results from the continuity of rigorous process and intensive dialogue with the client, consultants, contractors and inhabitants.Davide Marchetti has taught at Cornell University continuously from 2011, as a Visiting Critic in advanced design studios. He has been several times an invited critic at Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, Catholic University, University of Miami as well as at University of Rome La Sapienza and University of Pisa School of Engineering. He believes that the education of an architect manifests through a process; both the understanding and the application of the curriculum and studio discipline, as well as in the personal exploration of influences from multiple environments. These come from many sources, such as art and literature, science and medicine, history and economy. These conditions then consequently influence the scope of multidisciplinary practice that now permeates contemporary architecture. He is interested in fostering this environment, and adeptly responding to each students individual strengths, passions, and interests.

Italian

Davide Marchetti received his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Rome La Sapienza in 2001 and joined the Massimiliano Fuksas Office in Rome upon graduation. The following year he became a member of the Italian Architects Registry, Chapter of Rome. In 2004, he began his own practice, specializing in architecture, urban planning and interior design. The office is driven by a consistent philosophical approach, not a predetermined style. It explores and develops new ways of thinking about architecture and the surrounding contextual environment in order to create models for change and innovation. Projects are approached with a comprehensive emphasis on environmental themes, materiality and cultural context. As a result, the studio aims to create specifically designed and detailed buildings that are deeply contextual with equal attention to function. High quality design results from the continuity of rigorous process and intensive dialogue with the client, consultants, contractors and inhabitants.Davide Marchetti has taught at Cornell University continuously from 2011, as a Visiting Critic in advanced design studios. He has been several times an invited critic at Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, Catholic University, University of Miami as well as at University of Rome La Sapienza and University of Pisa School of Engineering. He believes that the education of an architect manifests through a process; both the understanding and the application of the curriculum and studio discipline, as well as in the personal exploration of influences from multiple environments. These come from many sources, such as art and literature, science and medicine, history and economy. These conditions then consequently influence the scope of multidisciplinary practice that now permeates contemporary architecture. He is interested in fostering this environment, and adeptly responding to each students individual strengths, passions, and interests.

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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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Arun Kapur

Urban renewal of the heritage core city areas of South Asian cities.

Indian
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Otto Dvořák
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Czech Republic, USA
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Mariia Gonchar

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Ukrainian
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Murat Soygeniş
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Turkey
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Mian Hassan Naveed

The opportunity to leave a lasting impact is a privilege, and architects are gifted with this in every building they design. My prime focus falls under umbrella of construction project management and its prime role in Architectural practices. As an architect, I feel that practicality of any built project and it's design coordination  is the major source of success of any project being executed on ground. 

Pakistani
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Emilio Koutsoftides

Exploring the intersection between architecture, art, performance, politics and activism. 

Cypriot
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Haris Piplas

Dr. Haris Piplas holds an Urban Design Master from the Technical University in Berlin, a research fellowship from Politecnico di Milano and a Dr. sc. from the ETH Zurich's (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Department of Architecture. He figured as the co-author and associate in several urbanistic, landscape and architectural projects in Germany, Denmark, China, Austria, Eastern Europe, Morocco, Latin America, and other regions.

He is also the co-author at 'Global Urban Toolbox' which summarizes spatial and infrastructural challenges under the influence of economic-social, geopolitical and cultural aspects in Case study cities: Berlin, Los Angeles, Zurich, Detroit, Capetown, Beijing, Madrid, etc. Haris Piplas is the author of the publication of urban transformations in central and Eastern Europe dating 2020. – “City Action Lab: An Integrated Urban Toolkit for Reactivating Cities in Post-Socialist Central Eastern Europe.” He was the editor-in-chief of two editions of the European Association of Landscape Architects (IFLA) called ” Adaptive Capacity of Cities” and “Political Implications on the Urban Landscape.”

Dr. Haris Piplas is the initiator of the “Reactivate Sarajevo” Project, and the curator “Sarajevo Now” at the 15th Architectural Biennale in Venice, and also Keynote Speaker at the many international, professional and scientific conferences Such as “WeMakeTheCity” Amsterdam, AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning), ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners) and “Metropolis non- formal” Munich, ULI Europe annual conference in Paris etc. Haris Piplas is also the former Chair Young Leader at ULI Switzerland and Young Leader committee member at ULI Germany, nominator for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the Advisory Committee of the European Forum Alpbach, in the 'Healthy Places' Committee at ULI Germany as well as an expert Consultant at the many International Agency at the UN and the EU. He lectured at numerous professional conferences, exhibitions and workshops and published several articles in leading magazines and journals.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dr. Haris Piplas holds an Urban Design Master from the Technical University in Berlin, a research fellowship from Politecnico di Milano and a Dr. sc. from the ETH Zurich's (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Department of Architecture. He figured as the co-author and associate in several urbanistic, landscape and architectural projects in Germany, Denmark, China, Austria, Eastern Europe, Morocco, Latin America, and other regions.

He is also the co-author at 'Global Urban Toolbox' which summarizes spatial and infrastructural challenges under the influence of economic-social, geopolitical and cultural aspects in Case study cities: Berlin, Los Angeles, Zurich, Detroit, Capetown, Beijing, Madrid, etc. Haris Piplas is the author of the publication of urban transformations in central and Eastern Europe dating 2020. – “City Action Lab: An Integrated Urban Toolkit for Reactivating Cities in Post-Socialist Central Eastern Europe.” He was the editor-in-chief of two editions of the European Association of Landscape Architects (IFLA) called ” Adaptive Capacity of Cities” and “Political Implications on the Urban Landscape.”

Dr. Haris Piplas is the initiator of the “Reactivate Sarajevo” Project, and the curator “Sarajevo Now” at the 15th Architectural Biennale in Venice, and also Keynote Speaker at the many international, professional and scientific conferences Such as “WeMakeTheCity” Amsterdam, AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning), ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners) and “Metropolis non- formal” Munich, ULI Europe annual conference in Paris etc. Haris Piplas is also the former Chair Young Leader at ULI Switzerland and Young Leader committee member at ULI Germany, nominator for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the Advisory Committee of the European Forum Alpbach, in the 'Healthy Places' Committee at ULI Germany as well as an expert Consultant at the many International Agency at the UN and the EU. He lectured at numerous professional conferences, exhibitions and workshops and published several articles in leading magazines and journals.

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