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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Luke Yeung

Architectkidd makes use of innovative tools that are sensitively applied to local materials and techniques. This combination leads to designs that are bold and inventive but also closely connected with the local conditions of South East Asia.

Thailand
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Eric Kibala

I focus on reforming architecture éducation in Africa while mobilizing colonial architecture

République démocratique du Congo
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Matthew Rauch

I make spaces and places with an emphasis on color, texture, and form.

American
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MUHAMMAD TARIQ

I am an Architect and a lecturer at CECOS University Peshawar, Pakistan. My Masters in Environmental Design is nearly to complete. I am frequently writing to different magazines & Websites locally like ArchiTimes, Banjaiega, info360 etc on Green & Sustainable Architecure. I am passionate about Climate Change, Energy efficient Architecture, Smart Buildings, Home Automation, Islamic Architecture with emphasis on Mosque Minarets and Mosque Architecture. I have published two conference papers and working on some papers for International Journalsas well. I am also working as a freelance for projects in my region in housing, universities, and recreational.

Pakistani
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Keyvan Azizi

interior design - architectual

iran
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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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Roman Ruhig

He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Civil Engineering at STU in Bratislava, division Architecture. At present he works as a PhD student at the Department of Architecture at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. In his dissertation he deals with a sustainable aspect of renewal, more specifically the influence of intermediate space on energy efficiency. He has worked with several well-known architects in his practice. At the same time, he has successfully participated in different architectural competitions in a couple with Ing. arch. et Ing. Ema Kiabova. Together set up an architectural studio ER Atelier.

Slovak

He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Civil Engineering at STU in Bratislava, division Architecture. At present he works as a PhD student at the Department of Architecture at the Faculty of Civil Engineering. In his dissertation he deals with a sustainable aspect of renewal, more specifically the influence of intermediate space on energy efficiency. He has worked with several well-known architects in his practice. At the same time, he has successfully participated in different architectural competitions in a couple with Ing. arch. et Ing. Ema Kiabova. Together set up an architectural studio ER Atelier.

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Muhammad U. F. Khan

Architecture is to give Shape to your thoughts through Masses by moving reshaping and resizing.

Pakistan
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Levy Canaleta

Resilient Architecture, Green Architecture, and Sustainable Architecture

Filipino
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Hermann Kamte

Hermann Kamte is an award-winning Cameroonian Architect. He is the Founding Associates and the Creative Director at HKA | Hermann Kamte & Associates.

In 2016, He started after earned Master’s Degree in Architecture with « Distinction » at the prestigious EAMAU (École Africaine des Métiers de l’Architecture et de l’Urbanisme).

Through a series of award-winning design, Hermann has developed a reputation for designing project that are as programmatically and technically innovative as they are ecofriendly, Marketable, serviceable, affordable, sustainable and ecological conscious.

Hermann has received numerous awards and honors, including the WAFX Prize’s Cultural Identity Prize in 2017 at the World Architecture Festival, the Gold in Architectural Design at the American Prize of Architecture and the The Inaugural Archi. Awards Africa “Premiere” held by African Union of Architects (AUA) in 2018.

Alongside his architectural practice, Hermann have contributed and have been feature to international press such as “The Architectural Review” “Business Day” and “Financial Times”. He is becoming a frequent public speaker and has spoken in venues such as CTBUH, ARCHITECTURE ZA and LAFARGEHOLCIM FOUNDATION.

Cameroonian
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Petr Kolář
ADR
Co-founder
Professional settings
Czech Republic
ADR
Co-founder
Professional settings
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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.

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Semifinal juror
Samuel Óghale Oboh

Vice President, AECOM Canada Architects Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Samuel Óghale Oboh (Sam) is a highly accomplished architect, resourceful leader and design management specialist committed to innovation, stewardship and achieving excellence for the greater public good. He is the 2015 President of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) – the first Canadian of African descent to lead the 110-year-old professional organization.

Canadian
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sadam Ali

A real building is one on which the eye can light and stay.

pakistani
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Ali Joursaraei

Architecture design styles:

Sensational architecture

Street art/ instalation art
Parametric design
Unconscious method of design
Contextual and conceptual design
Silence atmosphere research 
Relation between cinema and art
Metamorphosis method of design
painting

Surealism archtecture

Dialogue centerd architecture

Interior design:

Minimalistic method

modenrism method

Extera activities: 

Concept art

fashion design

game industry

 

Iran

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