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Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 456 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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Richard Anthony Losalajome Bolom'oese

Professional architect for almost 20 years and having worked a lot in international humanitarian action ...

Congolese (DRC)
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Ziad Tariq

Architect and Interior Designer with an extra qualification in Urban Planning. Over 6 years of work experience with various fields of design and architecture, from interior designs to 3D modeling. Quite good at coming up with great concepts and solutions while respecting the client's guidelines. I have completed various projects over the last few years, from single furniture pieces to complete renovations or redesigns. I have worked in both the residential and commercial sectors.

pakistani

Architect and Interior Designer with an extra qualification in Urban Planning. Over 6 years of work experience with various fields of design and architecture, from interior designs to 3D modeling. Quite good at coming up with great concepts and solutions while respecting the client's guidelines. I have completed various projects over the last few years, from single furniture pieces to complete renovations or redesigns. I have worked in both the residential and commercial sectors.

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Nimra Qazi

Nimra Qazi is an Architect by profession, an entrepreneur, design thinker and a global shaper for the World Economic Forum (WEF) who is driven by the functional, spatial and technological advancement of our built environment for sustainable living through Eco-Friendly design solutions.

Pakistani
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S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

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Giuseppe Prestianni

I have been influenced by different kind of architecture since I had possibility to study and to work around the world. I like to cook and cooking, like architecture is a manifestation of the capacity of the human spirit to transcend its limitations. My work mainly reflects natural processes between nature, eco sustainable and human development.

Italy
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Martin Stark

sustainable and energy efficient architecture both in scale of building design and urban design

an authorized architect (CCA) and researcher (CTU in Prague)

Czech Republic
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Lenka Bazik

Architecture is always a reflection of society, it rises from the site and it serves its users.

czech
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Tomasz Głowacki

architecture of place, architecture of context,

architecture of absence as creating architecture invisible / little visible in space (emptiness in architecture)

Polish
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Michaela Gracová

Architectural Visualizations

Slovak
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Vicky Chan

I am the founder of Avoid Obvious Architects. We design happy cities and green buildings. We have won 39 awards in the last 5 years.

USA
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Wilko Hoffmann

NAICE Architekten is a young, interdisciplinary team of architects and creative minds in Berlin. Founded by Simon Kassner and Wilko Hoffmann, the firm focuses on architecture, design, and installations. 

German
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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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David Ricardo

Design, building science, and digital architecture 

Indonesia
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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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Vincent Ahtime

I completed my Parts 1 & 2 at the CVUT-FA  in  Prague in 1990 and my Part 3 at De Montfort University in Leicester in 2004.

I worked 10 years in the Seychelles post university graduation on a variety of project sectors. I then moved to the UK for 12 years, where my main focus was in the residential and industrial sectors.

I then returned to the Seychelles 7 years ago, where my focus expanded from residential and industrial to include tourism  office buildings, banks and edcuation sectors. However, the mainstay of the Practice remains in Tourism and residential sectors. 

Seychellois

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