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There are 873 jurors from 126 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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Rouzbeh Ardekani

Digital Architecture and Parametric Design also Teaching in university

iran
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Kristina Golub

I am focused on scientific research in the field of intelligent building management systems and their influence on architecture. At the same time as an architect at the Golub Architects Company, I design residential and commercial buildings as well as interior design.

Ukrainian
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Ing. arch. Michal Postránecký
Synopcity Founder Professional settings
USA
Synopcity Founder Professional settings
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Ing. arch. Otto Dvorak AIA, CKA
Inspireli Chairman of the jury Professional settings
Czech Republic, USA
Inspireli Chairman of the jury Professional settings
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Simon Viktória
Urbanism, large scale complex projects, clever technical details, resilience, ethical design
Hungary
Urbanism, large scale complex projects, clever technical details, resilience, ethical design
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Gregorio Carboni Maestri

Architecture and urban socio-history and theory.

Italian, Brazilian, Belgian
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Asma Sebai
  1. the human being is the cause of all the Earth problems, and at the same time, it is the solution to save it.
  2. multi-tendency, multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity.
  3. contemporary architecture: the creation of sustainable living spaces that meet human needs.
  4. architectural heritage as a basis for architectural development.
    Heritage should not be an obstacle in the way of architectural creativity, but an element of inspiration and a lesson from the past.
Algerian
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Spas Smilenov

Simple but sustainable and effective Architecture

BULGARIAN
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Benjamin Bross

Placemaking through designs sensitive to site history and context.

US/Mexican
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Joyce Khalaf
Ambitious graduate architect, hard-working and seeking knowledge with the eagerness to become a more qualified architect. I consider architecture as a tool of diversity that shapes our physical and visual environment. It is a tool that links our past to our current present and unpredictable future. Architecture is a representation of self-reflection, a reflection of our creativity, perspectives and ambitions.
Lebanese
Ambitious graduate architect, hard-working and seeking knowledge with the eagerness to become a more qualified architect. I consider architecture as a tool of diversity that shapes our physical and visual environment. It is a tool that links our past to our current present and unpredictable future. Architecture is a representation of self-reflection, a reflection of our creativity, perspectives and ambitions.
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Boris Hála
The Mendel University in Brno Associate, Department of Furniture, Furniture Design and Habitation Academic settings
Czech Republic
The Mendel University in Brno Associate, Department of Furniture, Furniture Design and Habitation Academic settings
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Oleksandra Shmelova
Furniture and interior design
Ukrainian
Furniture and interior design
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Ar. Samsiah Binti Abdullah
University of Technology Malaysia Lecturer Academic setings
Malaysia
University of Technology Malaysia Lecturer Academic setings
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Cagil Yurdakul Toker
Currently, I am working as a senior lecturer in the Interior Design Department at Raffles College of Higher Education. Before, I worked as an adjunct lecturer at NYIT, Abu Dhabi, and teaching assistant and instructor at Istanbul Technical University (I.T.U) for eleven years. Throughout these experiences, I have been responsible for the courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels. I hold an undergraduate degree in Architecture from ITU . Additionally, I was awarded my Ph.D. by the Department of History of Art at ITU. I completed my Masters' degree in Industrial Design at ITU in 2007. My current research interests lie in a wide range of interior design topics; such as furniture design, adaptive reuse, cinematic space, interior design history, spatial narrative, domestic interiors, cultural aspects, handcrafting, and semiotics. Having an architecture degree allowed me to deal with environmental factors and to understand building structure, technics, and logic. My industrial design master's degree helped me to understand the smaller scale and develop a human-centered design approach.
turkish
Currently, I am working as a senior lecturer in the Interior Design Department at Raffles College of Higher Education. Before, I worked as an adjunct lecturer at NYIT, Abu Dhabi, and teaching assistant and instructor at Istanbul Technical University (I.T.U) for eleven years. Throughout these experiences, I have been responsible for the courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels. I hold an undergraduate degree in Architecture from ITU . Additionally, I was awarded my Ph.D. by the Department of History of Art at ITU. I completed my Masters' degree in Industrial Design at ITU in 2007. My current research interests lie in a wide range of interior design topics; such as furniture design, adaptive reuse, cinematic space, interior design history, spatial narrative, domestic interiors, cultural aspects, handcrafting, and semiotics. Having an architecture degree allowed me to deal with environmental factors and to understand building structure, technics, and logic. My industrial design master's degree helped me to understand the smaller scale and develop a human-centered design approach.
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Osama Hegazy
I focus on design lines in general, and in particular the distribution of blocks and their harmony with the interior spaces and the extent to which the project serves the job. And the focus on sustainability in the project and its consistency with the external nature.
Egypt
I focus on design lines in general, and in particular the distribution of blocks and their harmony with the interior spaces and the extent to which the project serves the job. And the focus on sustainability in the project and its consistency with the external nature.

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