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There are 576 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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Benjamin Bross

Placemaking through designs sensitive to site history and context.

US/Mexican
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Shaila Bantanur

heritage conservation, traditional architecture, sustainability assessment 

Indian
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Mehmet Fatih Güzeldemirci

Architectural ethics find solutions to hidden problems in all of his social life,

Turkey

Architectural ethics find solutions to hidden problems in all of his social life,

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Ali Cheaib

Modern architecture and BIM management.

Lebanon
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Carolina Tobler

I work as a teacher in the area of architecture history and a studio professor in the University of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (Udelar, Montevideo).

I am also a researcher at the Institute of Theory and Urbanism in the same University.

I direct a professional architecture office, along with two partners.

This is how my interests combine teaching with professional activity.

Uruguayan
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Christian Gasparini
Christian Gasparini is founder and principal at NATOFFICE, an architectural and urban planning practice, based in Reggio Emilia and Milan. Christian teaches and researches at Politecnico of Milan.
Christian teaches and researches at Politecnico of Milan
Professional, academic
Italy
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Muhammad Khan

My architectural focus is sustanability driven which seeks information from contextual appropriateness. It is an amalgamation of past, present and the future.

Pakistani

My architectural focus is sustanability driven which seeks information from contextual appropriateness. It is an amalgamation of past, present and the future.

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Iftikhar Ali

Sustainable Architecture, Architectural Theories, Resposive Architectural and Urban Spaces, Professional Practice, Restoration of Heritage Buildings, 

Pakistani
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Ceren Bogac
I am an architect interested in the ways in which people’s ways of life is translated into spatial dimensions or architectural language. My specific areas of expertise are environmental psychology, place attachment, sense of place, meaning in architecture, ecocity/eco-architecture, and urban peace-building studies.
Cypriot
I am an architect interested in the ways in which people’s ways of life is translated into spatial dimensions or architectural language. My specific areas of expertise are environmental psychology, place attachment, sense of place, meaning in architecture, ecocity/eco-architecture, and urban peace-building studies.
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Djoumessi Megnigoum Phalone

Architect with 3 year experience in Architectural Design, Project Management across a variety of project types including Mixed use, Residential, Commercial, Landscape,...
Green building design skill in various projects such as amenagment of Park and Garden, natural materials and rentability of projects.
Experienced in concept and fonctionality of the projects, drawing quality, cooperating with other disciplines, can working directly with clients, contractors, suppliers…. as well as managing construction.

Cameroonian
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In-Souk Cho

Innovative design works based on the local traditional culture and history. 

Historic conservation and restoration for the good intervention.

Searching for the integrity with authenticity.

Seeking for harmony with nature, culture, and human beings.

Korea
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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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Jasson Johny

I think a good design whether its an architectural or urban planning scale all the way down to product design, the underlying principle is to make things better for people. I think the motive should be to use design to enable people to live better lifes, to get more out of everything. Its a goal quite often can be lost in architectural design and for this one must under the human conditions cultural differences around the world, the climatic sitiations that people are in and more and more its about trying to embrace all aspects of health. So I think in all aspects if you allow yourself to think about health, think about the wellbeing of the people we are designing for - it can finally lead us into some interesting and new strategies for where technology should go. There is a responsibility to think about people in a broader sense. Young people eventually become old people, firm people become infirm. so there is a constant need to think about all at the same time to make the world a happy place to be for all.  

India
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Bisma Askari

Articulation of design as an expression of architectural spatial experiences in multidisciplinary projects. 

Pakistani
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Roberto Simon

Vice-president UIA - Região III
MY ARCHITECTURAL FOCUS 

Contemporary architecture experiments with plenty of different styles, so you can even come across interesting blend of traditional and futuristic elements all contained in one building. We are living the 4th Industrial Revolution and the things are in movement this is a kind of challenge we need pay attention.

 

Brazilian