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Karel Smejkal

Psychology of Architecture researcher at CTU in Prague, Department of Architecture K129. 

czech
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IMEN CHAOUACHI

ORIGINAL BUILDINGS AND ARCHITECTURE  THAT CHANGE THE BEING AND THE FUTURE OF THE URBAN VISION OF CITIES 

CREATIVE TOUCHS IN ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

INNOVATIONS IN URBAN PLANNING

INNOVATIVES THEORIES IN PSYCHOLOGY OF SPACE AND CREATIVITY

TUNISIAN
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Jun Andres

Architects in Design Build studied in Far Eastern University

Philippines
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Ayesha Malik

I have served in this profession for over a decade as an academacician and have been working as a practicioner in field as well. I have always focused on how bringing nature close to the humans daily activities and spaces by making them part of it as nature has a magical answer for many problems from healing to calmness, from energy saving to mood bootness etc. I belief you can do wonders with it. 

Pakistani

I have served in this profession for over a decade as an academacician and have been working as a practicioner in field as well. I have always focused on how bringing nature close to the humans daily activities and spaces by making them part of it as nature has a magical answer for many problems from healing to calmness, from energy saving to mood bootness etc. I belief you can do wonders with it. 

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Muhammad Akbar

My special architectural focus would be on the residential projects, I can say that I run an Architectural Consultancy "Riaz Associates" in Pakistan for 30 years (1984 -2014), in the city of Lahore, one of the most populated city of the country and the capital of the biggest province 'Punjab'.

  My interest was on individual housing and the housing schemes projects. My focus was on to design custom homes for the particular clients according to their family requirements, budget with the environment of the location. My primary interest was on a practical, well lighted and a space full of comfort. I attended many juries in different universities in Pakistan.

  With my experience and interest in reading magazines, I started publishing an architectural and art magazine (quarterly) "Designers Style" in 2011 as publisher and editor in chief and it is running till today. It is one of the top 3 publications in the country and I am honoured that it has articles from around the world and is sent to many places outside the country. Because of my dual nationality I travelled a lot to many places especially Canada and I moved to Toronto in 2014. I am managing my magazine team from here and to learn more I got admission in Ryerson University, Chang School of Continuing Education in the subject of publishing in 2017. You can visit online at facebook.com/designerstyle.magazine

   I moved to Calgary now in Nov.2019, to explore life and style of west of Canada and US.

Canada/Pakistan
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Vity Nsalambi

As a world Citizen, I believe that is possible to change the world in a balanced way through the education, in fully respect of the nature, with the objective of contributing positively, improving the quality of people life. So, it is important to understand Architecture as a factor of social inclusion and human heritage preservation, generating self employment and income to reduce extreme poverty, education and preservation of built environment (urban and rural), low-cost housing proposals, better collective services and infrastructure and mitigation of the climate change effects.  

Angolan
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Hafsa Qureshi
By exploring the orifices of the natural world, reflections of observations are generated. These are the spaces thatgenerate a connection or a praxisto the promontories of the sacredEarth. They aid in creating a natural phenomenon and while doing so they lead to a revelation of a sacred experience, for me that experience isArchitecture.It is an invitation for the developmentof individual and communal praxis in the earth which is always a verysacred space and to be rooted intothe cultural and traditional typologiesyet have a presence of its own.
Pakistan
By exploring the orifices of the natural world, reflections of observations are generated. These are the spaces thatgenerate a connection or a praxisto the promontories of the sacredEarth. They aid in creating a natural phenomenon and while doing so they lead to a revelation of a sacred experience, for me that experience isArchitecture.It is an invitation for the developmentof individual and communal praxis in the earth which is always a verysacred space and to be rooted intothe cultural and traditional typologiesyet have a presence of its own.
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sarah ibrahimbasha

sustainable architecture /energy management in building

Syrian italian

sustainable architecture /energy management in building

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Luis Pineda

Reorientar la formación profesional y activa de los que elegimos ser arquitectos, para volvernos a la arquitectura real, esa que no permite la dominación y control de un sistema que destruye, la que deja de ser esclava del poder y economía de unos cuantos que solo quieren llenar sus bolsillos para tener más poder, la que se aleja de los sistemas autocráticos que nos convierten reproductores y repetidores de modelos incoherentes, consumistas y poco éticos.  

Este modelo hegemónico destructor que domina la imaginativa responsable, ética y consciente, anula nuestra responsabilidad como arquitectos; por lo que, es necesario distanciarnos de estos modelos para hacer evidente la responsabilidad que tenemos desde nuestra disciplina.

No se trata de reaccionar impulsivamente en una dirección contraria,  sino de deconstruir y volver a construir en base a estos saberes y conciencia, una nueva visión para construir un futuro diferente, uno que nos permita inteligentemente disminuir, retrasar y si es posible, erradicar, la destrucción que hemos generado, revertir aspectos de deterioro, contemplar a los usuarios, el contexto físico, buscando el confort como un modo de dignidad que arrope a cualquier usuario para que se integre y se incluya en la responsabilidad y cuidado de su entorno. Así como, erradicar la discriminación y marginación que hemos creado en función de prejuicios sociales que tienen que ver con las condiciones económicas, políticas, sociales y culturales. Si podemos revertir la idea de la arquitectura como meramente intelectual e instrumental, lograremos crear estrategias para formarnos profesionalmente con un sentido claro de responsabilidad ética en la que somos encargados de construir un futuro diferente, porque si no hay futuro, no hay arquitectura.

Mexicana

Reorientar la formación profesional y activa de los que elegimos ser arquitectos, para volvernos a la arquitectura real, esa que no permite la dominación y control de un sistema que destruye, la que deja de ser esclava del poder y economía de unos cuantos que solo quieren llenar sus bolsillos para tener más poder, la que se aleja de los sistemas autocráticos que nos convierten reproductores y repetidores de modelos incoherentes, consumistas y poco éticos.  

Este modelo hegemónico destructor que domina la imaginativa responsable, ética y consciente, anula nuestra responsabilidad como arquitectos; por lo que, es necesario distanciarnos de estos modelos para hacer evidente la responsabilidad que tenemos desde nuestra disciplina.

No se trata de reaccionar impulsivamente en una dirección contraria,  sino de deconstruir y volver a construir en base a estos saberes y conciencia, una nueva visión para construir un futuro diferente, uno que nos permita inteligentemente disminuir, retrasar y si es posible, erradicar, la destrucción que hemos generado, revertir aspectos de deterioro, contemplar a los usuarios, el contexto físico, buscando el confort como un modo de dignidad que arrope a cualquier usuario para que se integre y se incluya en la responsabilidad y cuidado de su entorno. Así como, erradicar la discriminación y marginación que hemos creado en función de prejuicios sociales que tienen que ver con las condiciones económicas, políticas, sociales y culturales. Si podemos revertir la idea de la arquitectura como meramente intelectual e instrumental, lograremos crear estrategias para formarnos profesionalmente con un sentido claro de responsabilidad ética en la que somos encargados de construir un futuro diferente, porque si no hay futuro, no hay arquitectura.

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Rron Tresi
- Architectural design focusing on social and political issues, especially border zones with disputed land.- Social housing - Planning strategies in offering sustainable solutions for cities
Kosovo
- Architectural design focusing on social and political issues, especially border zones with disputed land.- Social housing - Planning strategies in offering sustainable solutions for cities
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Alexandre Zein

My architecture focuses on the adaptation of each project in its own context with its own particular story. Also, my projects focus on humanity and climate change since architecture is for everyone, not just for privilege people. Therefore, the role of an architect is not only to build for rich and capable people, yet to everyone using specific architectural systems that will adapt to a specific situation. 

Elegance in design is crucial. However, there are many different ingredients assembeled all together in order to result with a good architectural project, and the social aspect is a major part of any project as well as sustainiblity and most importantly, the respect of nature and history. 

In our firm Zein Engineering we focus on several issues in the world such as scarcity of ressources, refugee crisis, displacement, immigration, poverty...etc.Well, Architecture could be the driving force to solve numerous problems in the world.  Also, Zein Eng. is recently commissioning several mega projects in Lebanon and the Gulf countries working with high-end projects and providing the best architecture possible for the client, for the context, and for society.

Lebanese
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Niko Kapa

Award winning Architect, Industrial Designer and Researcher based in Dubai. Founder of Studio Niko Kapa, a multidisciplinary team that supports innovation using research as an integral part of the design process. The practice balances between architecture and product design, embracing the language of functionality, construction efficiency, and brand identity.

Churchill Towers, Floor 16, P.O. Box 488039, Dubai, UAE

Greek
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Ana Maria Hariton

Teaching Architectural Design and Architectural Theory 

Romanian
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John Lemuel Llacuna

Building Science

Filipino

Building Science

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Ar. Samsiah Binti Abdullah
University of Technology Malaysia Lecturer Academic setings
Malaysia
University of Technology Malaysia Lecturer Academic setings