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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NKUMBUYABERA ESDRAS

My architectural focus is on concept development and choice of materials.

Rwandan
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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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Olanrewaju Olusola

Real Estate Development, Landscape Architecture, Urban Development.

Nigrrian
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Ekrem Bahadir Caliskan

·       University Campus Designs

·       Architectural Designs and feasibility studies of educational buildings

·       Architectural designs and standards of sport facilities

·       Steel structured building

·       Factory Building and Research Centers

·       Multipurpose halls and theatre buildings designs

 

turkey
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Michal Postránecký
Synopcity
Founder
Professional settings
USA
Synopcity
Founder
Professional settings
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Angelos Tzigkounakis

Angelos Tzigkounakis was born in 1983. He studied BSc in Finance, holds an MSc in International Finance from the Westminster University of London, a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing from the Athens University of Economics and Business and has successfully completed with partial scholarship the YALE School of Management publishing course Leadership Strategies in Print and Digital Media. In 2008 he completed his studies with an MA in Publishing (learning specialism magazine multi-platform publishing) and returned to Greece to join the leading Greek architectural publishing house "ek Architectural Publications Ltd".
Named the publishing house Editor-in-Chief in 2010, fired up his ambitions to present something fresh and new to the market, The result were shown via radical changes in the magazine’s overall design and style by heading up a complete rebranding and re-launching plan. This included working towards a more contemporary overall image and boosting the titles in an effort to reach a dominant position within the Greek market. At the same time, particular focus was given to looking outward (especially for the annual titles), expanding and growing in international markets and eventually managing to stream advertising revenue from foreign countries and multinational brands not affected by the Greek crisis. 
The rebranding plan included redesigning the logo and even re-naming the main monthly issue from while the redesign and re-launching of four annual editions involved an updated, bilingual format. 
In 2011 aiming to expand and evolve the annual editions Villas, Apartments, Maison de Campagne and the special editions MykonosVillas, ParosVillas and SantoriniVillas undertakes the further promotion of the magazines abroad with positive results. Currently these editions, bilingual and with international contents are being circulated apart from Greece in USA, Canada, UK, Cyprus, Italy, Belgium, Turkey, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain, Lebanon, India, China and Taiwan.
Today, he holds the position of Editor in Chief for all the publications of ek Architectural Publications Ltd (monthly and annual), while he is in charge of the online portal www.ek-mag.com.

Greek

Angelos Tzigkounakis was born in 1983. He studied BSc in Finance, holds an MSc in International Finance from the Westminster University of London, a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing from the Athens University of Economics and Business and has successfully completed with partial scholarship the YALE School of Management publishing course Leadership Strategies in Print and Digital Media. In 2008 he completed his studies with an MA in Publishing (learning specialism magazine multi-platform publishing) and returned to Greece to join the leading Greek architectural publishing house "ek Architectural Publications Ltd".
Named the publishing house Editor-in-Chief in 2010, fired up his ambitions to present something fresh and new to the market, The result were shown via radical changes in the magazine’s overall design and style by heading up a complete rebranding and re-launching plan. This included working towards a more contemporary overall image and boosting the titles in an effort to reach a dominant position within the Greek market. At the same time, particular focus was given to looking outward (especially for the annual titles), expanding and growing in international markets and eventually managing to stream advertising revenue from foreign countries and multinational brands not affected by the Greek crisis. 
The rebranding plan included redesigning the logo and even re-naming the main monthly issue from while the redesign and re-launching of four annual editions involved an updated, bilingual format. 
In 2011 aiming to expand and evolve the annual editions Villas, Apartments, Maison de Campagne and the special editions MykonosVillas, ParosVillas and SantoriniVillas undertakes the further promotion of the magazines abroad with positive results. Currently these editions, bilingual and with international contents are being circulated apart from Greece in USA, Canada, UK, Cyprus, Italy, Belgium, Turkey, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain, Lebanon, India, China and Taiwan.
Today, he holds the position of Editor in Chief for all the publications of ek Architectural Publications Ltd (monthly and annual), while he is in charge of the online portal www.ek-mag.com.

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Oren Lieberman

I have developed a wide-ranging practice, as an architect, teacher, writer, publisher, and initiator and curator of events and exhibitions. I have taught widely in the UK and elsewhere in Europe, including Sweden (Umeå) and Germany (Berlin, Bochum), where I had my own practice. My research focuses on performative practices which entangle knowledge, methodologies and techniques from various disciplines, including architecture, performance, geography, anthropology, and sociology. I am interested in the role architecture and its processes of production play in the construction of political practices and the establishment of the 'common'; in critical pedagogies inhering in embodied practices; and in research as intraventional. Much of my work in pedagogy and other areas of research draws particularly upon theories and views which are inclusive and nondual, performative in their diffractive mode, and are fundamentally about an ethical and responsible engagement with the making of the world with others.

US
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Nancy Abdel-Moneim

Place Making and Human behavior within the Urban Studies as well as Environmental &Urban Psychology 

Egyptian
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Zdeněk Jiran
The Czech Technical University in Prague
Associate professor, Department of Architecture
Academic settings
Czech Republic
The Czech Technical University in Prague
Associate professor, Department of Architecture
Academic settings
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Wolf Wilbert

I am pretty clear what architecture means to me, and after 50 years of being in this profession on three continents, I will not change my mind. There are great architects out there, and I just hope they see clearly the development of our profession. It is not about YOU anymore, it is about the survival of our planet. Please take this seriously!

Architecture is an emotional experience.

When artificial intelligence is used to build superstructures, then the human input can only be done by designers with great imagination and vision. High-Tech is terrific if it is applied to social benefit. We forget so quickly that everything we make, including artificial intelligence, comes from the raw materials of this planet.

I can see that people are fascinated by monstrous shiny skyscrapers, but the reality is, that this is nothing more than modern human anthills. Who wants to live there with thousands of others?

We should integrate the beauty of Nature harmoniously into our architecture. The grand design of Nature (mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, streams, oceans shores) gives us enough inspiration to follow the idea to compliment Nature, instead of destroying it.

Canadian

I am pretty clear what architecture means to me, and after 50 years of being in this profession on three continents, I will not change my mind. There are great architects out there, and I just hope they see clearly the development of our profession. It is not about YOU anymore, it is about the survival of our planet. Please take this seriously!

Architecture is an emotional experience.

When artificial intelligence is used to build superstructures, then the human input can only be done by designers with great imagination and vision. High-Tech is terrific if it is applied to social benefit. We forget so quickly that everything we make, including artificial intelligence, comes from the raw materials of this planet.

I can see that people are fascinated by monstrous shiny skyscrapers, but the reality is, that this is nothing more than modern human anthills. Who wants to live there with thousands of others?

We should integrate the beauty of Nature harmoniously into our architecture. The grand design of Nature (mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, streams, oceans shores) gives us enough inspiration to follow the idea to compliment Nature, instead of destroying it.

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Pietro Nicola Musolino

The subtle passage of architecture through the gemetrical and functional rigor.

Italy
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Iryna Shvets

spatial planning and urban networks; architectural education

ukraine
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Deb Avi

Space, Form 

Bangladesh
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Meheroze Al Hassan

Planning & Design on Residential Single Unit to multi-storied building, Apartments & Housing.

Involved in some Urban Design Projects.

Few interiors projects including Bank,office have been successfully designed by me.

Bangladesh
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Kris Jon Jay Aranilla

Architecture turning the experience of having been as best as it can. 

Proper space planning, meaningful concepts, a design having a sense of place and environmentally pleasing, timelessness and uniqueness. 

 

Filipino