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There are 567 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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Maykel Rodríguez

Modern architecture. Urban design, rehabilitation and restiration.

Cuban
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Ahmad Sohail

Details! Technology! Interactive! Ease! is Architecture!

Pakistan
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Seyma Elcin

Arhitectural glass projects

Turkey
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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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Hani Al Huneidi

I am intrested in architectural heritage, historical buildings rehabilitation and cultural landscape (urbanism). I am also intrested in cities of culture and its projection on social development and sustainable tourism.

Jordanian
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Edgar Gonzalez

Based in Madrid, Edgar Gonzalez leads the Bachelor in Design program at IE School of Architecture and Design. He founded EGD Edgar Gonzalez Design, a Strategic Design Agency, where he serves clients as a strategic consultant specialised in applying design processes to complex problems and narratives. As, Editor-in-chief of edgargonzalez.com since 2002, one of the main reference websites about architecture and design in the Spanish speaking world, he is tuned in to news and trends in architecture and design throughout the world.
 
Especially interested in themes at the threshold of the architectural practice, he researches the relationships between new technologies and media for creative processes and contemporary cities.  He has served as guest professor and speaker in several universities and has been the curator and designer of several exhibitions and cultural projects. From 2000 to 2002 he worked as an architect at Zaha Hadid Architects in London and at Arquitectura Torres Nadal from 2002 to 2005. He also served as an editorial designer for the  Architectural Association London, The Economist and The Guardian.
 
Holds a Bachelor in Architecture ( ITESO University, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1996) and a M.A. in Complex Architecture  (Alicante University, Alicante, Spain, 2007).
 

 

Mexican

Based in Madrid, Edgar Gonzalez leads the Bachelor in Design program at IE School of Architecture and Design. He founded EGD Edgar Gonzalez Design, a Strategic Design Agency, where he serves clients as a strategic consultant specialised in applying design processes to complex problems and narratives. As, Editor-in-chief of edgargonzalez.com since 2002, one of the main reference websites about architecture and design in the Spanish speaking world, he is tuned in to news and trends in architecture and design throughout the world.
 
Especially interested in themes at the threshold of the architectural practice, he researches the relationships between new technologies and media for creative processes and contemporary cities.  He has served as guest professor and speaker in several universities and has been the curator and designer of several exhibitions and cultural projects. From 2000 to 2002 he worked as an architect at Zaha Hadid Architects in London and at Arquitectura Torres Nadal from 2002 to 2005. He also served as an editorial designer for the  Architectural Association London, The Economist and The Guardian.
 
Holds a Bachelor in Architecture ( ITESO University, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1996) and a M.A. in Complex Architecture  (Alicante University, Alicante, Spain, 2007).
 

 

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Shorouq Alinabousi

Shorouq Tawfiq 

Co-Founder & Creative Director of Ritz for Interior Design 

A well-known interior design company that operates in Jordan and the region. 

Shorouq with her 15 years of experience developed a portfolio that includes residential and commercial projects, also includes hotels, offices and restaurants. she is recognized for bringing Design Psychology, Feng Shui into her designs. Her focus isn’t just about designing spaces that allow for people to improve their family functioning or work environment. Instead, she also seeks to study, examine, and explain how one’s surroundings impact their behavior in the first place. 

She is fluent in various styles. However, she believes in a contemporary style with a twist, yet also loves the chance to create totally modern interiors sometimes using antiques as punctuation. She believes in a sense of balance and proportion. She has extensive experience in decorative arts.

Another advantages of her wide experience is her furniture design making, long roster of unique sources for furniture, fabric, & objects and her touch of palette for the right colors and color combinations are widely recognized as a specialty in her work. 

 

Jordanian
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Charlotte Hyldahl

My approach is holistically focusing on creative problem solving and critical thinking focusing on the client. Expertise from feasibility studies and public buildings in urban contexts, especially educational buildings. Interdisciplinarily experience with CLT wooden buildings and transformation projects. I am driven by the desire to create spaces that will have a long-term positive ands sustainable impact on a community.

Danish, living in Norway
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Jani Toçi
Uncensored Architecture
Albania
Uncensored Architecture
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Bader Shams Aldeen

In my prespective and point of view, the influence of the
designe can have affect and influnce the daily life of the
people.
And for this reason each new project is a challenging
project, which need to have it’s own charachter and can
improve the general life of the use

Syria
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Fabian Tobias Reiner

Fabian Reiner is an Austrian architect who is currently pursuing a postgraduate Masters degree in History and Critical Thinking at the Architectural Association in London. Prior to that, he obtained a Masters degree in Architecture from ETH Zurich and went on exchange to USI Mendrisio. Professional experience he gained at Leth & Gori in Copenhagen and through smaller commissions as independent architect across Austria.

Interested in the cross-disciplinarity of the field, Fabian is a periodic writer, leisure photographer and academic critic. He published in various magazines, including trans (ETH), blank (Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien) and FuZine (Ljubljana Biennial of Design), and exhibited at USI Mendrisio as well as the Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich. Since his degree, Fabian has academic experience as periodic reviewer for the History and Theory Studies and invited critic for OMMX Design Unit, both part of the Undergraduate School at the AA.

Austria

Fabian Reiner is an Austrian architect who is currently pursuing a postgraduate Masters degree in History and Critical Thinking at the Architectural Association in London. Prior to that, he obtained a Masters degree in Architecture from ETH Zurich and went on exchange to USI Mendrisio. Professional experience he gained at Leth & Gori in Copenhagen and through smaller commissions as independent architect across Austria.

Interested in the cross-disciplinarity of the field, Fabian is a periodic writer, leisure photographer and academic critic. He published in various magazines, including trans (ETH), blank (Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien) and FuZine (Ljubljana Biennial of Design), and exhibited at USI Mendrisio as well as the Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich. Since his degree, Fabian has academic experience as periodic reviewer for the History and Theory Studies and invited critic for OMMX Design Unit, both part of the Undergraduate School at the AA.

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bayezid sarkar

Modern architecitecture making by using ancient culture with their own context.

Bangladeshi
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Alphonse Kai
Al Jazera Consultants
Principal
Professional settings
Lebanon
Al Jazera Consultants
Principal
Professional settings
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Adriano Pimenta

Adriano Pimenta is an architect with over 26 years of practice in the elaboration and coordination of projects and, since 1997, connected to the development of work related to urban planning and master-plan, transportation systems, housing and public spaces. The work Adriano has done between 1992 and 2006, in the office of the Pritzker Architect Souto de Moura, allowed Adriano to meet, develop and coordinate a vast and broad variety of projects such as the development and re-qualification of urban spaces, between 1999 and 2006 the coordination of the work in the Oporto Metro project and since 2013 until 2017 as a Consultant in Riyadh Metro.

Since 2007, he has settled in his own office where the projects undertaken comprehend and include transportation systems, plans and urban waterfronts requalification’s, refurbishment and preservation of the heritage, development of housing typologies, manufacturing typologiesand school buildings.

In 2013, he has begun working as an Architect and Urban Designer consultant in the Riyadh Metro in the consortium RMTC formed by Egis,Parsons and Systra.

The Metro Riyadh develops in 170km and consists of 6 lines, tunnel, elevated and at grade tracks with 48 cut cover stations, 16 at grade stations, 25 elevated stations and 4 iconic stations. The work involves two lines, Line 1 with 38,0 km and Line 2 with 25.3 km.

Since September 2014 until 2017, Adriano has worked as Senior Architect Design in PCM Contract for Riyadh Metro Line 3 (41.6 km, 22 Stations) awarded to consortium Salini-Impregilo-Ansaldo STS-Bombardier (ANM)

Initiating his career in 1992, in the office of the Architect Souto de Moura, early his work passed through coordination, such as the upgrading of the urban centre of Maia city, the development and coordination of Chiado Mall in Lisbon and the coordination of the Metro do Porto project, which includes the projects of the underground stations, the urban insertion of surface metro stations system and the refurbishment of urban spaces related to the work.

Portuguese

Adriano Pimenta is an architect with over 26 years of practice in the elaboration and coordination of projects and, since 1997, connected to the development of work related to urban planning and master-plan, transportation systems, housing and public spaces. The work Adriano has done between 1992 and 2006, in the office of the Pritzker Architect Souto de Moura, allowed Adriano to meet, develop and coordinate a vast and broad variety of projects such as the development and re-qualification of urban spaces, between 1999 and 2006 the coordination of the work in the Oporto Metro project and since 2013 until 2017 as a Consultant in Riyadh Metro.

Since 2007, he has settled in his own office where the projects undertaken comprehend and include transportation systems, plans and urban waterfronts requalification’s, refurbishment and preservation of the heritage, development of housing typologies, manufacturing typologiesand school buildings.

In 2013, he has begun working as an Architect and Urban Designer consultant in the Riyadh Metro in the consortium RMTC formed by Egis,Parsons and Systra.

The Metro Riyadh develops in 170km and consists of 6 lines, tunnel, elevated and at grade tracks with 48 cut cover stations, 16 at grade stations, 25 elevated stations and 4 iconic stations. The work involves two lines, Line 1 with 38,0 km and Line 2 with 25.3 km.

Since September 2014 until 2017, Adriano has worked as Senior Architect Design in PCM Contract for Riyadh Metro Line 3 (41.6 km, 22 Stations) awarded to consortium Salini-Impregilo-Ansaldo STS-Bombardier (ANM)

Initiating his career in 1992, in the office of the Architect Souto de Moura, early his work passed through coordination, such as the upgrading of the urban centre of Maia city, the development and coordination of Chiado Mall in Lisbon and the coordination of the Metro do Porto project, which includes the projects of the underground stations, the urban insertion of surface metro stations system and the refurbishment of urban spaces related to the work.

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Semifinal juror
Mark Lester Valignota

Architecture and Design, BIM

Filipino