Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 490 jurors from 99 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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Romuald judicaël

Concevoir des espaces de vie qui respectent davantage l'environnement et qui prennent en compte le confort de l'usager d'où une architecture bioclimatique pour un développement durable dans un espace en mutation.

better Architecture/ better life

BENIN
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Enrico Prandi

Architectural and Urban Design, Architectural Composition, Theory of Architecture

Italian
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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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Saif Alrudaini

parametric architecture

Iraqi

parametric architecture

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Tuan Nguyen Manh

I'm focusing on realization of smaller scale. Mostly on interiors and connection of architectural form with business concepts.

Czech
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Kate Schwennsen

Academic, Director of the School of Architecture, Clemson University

USA
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Mark Lester Valignota

Architecture and Design, BIM

Filipino
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Helene Lennartsson

Context, cultural heritage, materiality and details

Swedish
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Milica Vujošević

Sustainable architecture and energy efficiency in buildings 

Montenegro
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Arven Lac-amen

#Architecture as the Prime Profession

I am a university instructor for 5 years and inspiring architecture students to bring out their best is my advocy.

My architectural focus would be in the academe but my passion is in the realm of construction management.

Also, I am a consistent member of the board for the United Architects of the Philippines. 

Filipino
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Francesca Vittorini

Young Italian architect and engineer, currently working as an architect in Rotterdam.

Still a student, she won an international competition to build a school in Ghana. Widely published, her project received several notable awards and in 2017 it has been named by Designboom as one of the top 10 school projects in the world. Winner of Inspireli awards "Wings of the future" in 2018.

Italian

Young Italian architect and engineer, currently working as an architect in Rotterdam.

Still a student, she won an international competition to build a school in Ghana. Widely published, her project received several notable awards and in 2017 it has been named by Designboom as one of the top 10 school projects in the world. Winner of Inspireli awards "Wings of the future" in 2018.

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Taymoore Balbaa
AXIA Design Associates
Co-Founder & Partner
Professional settings
Canada
AXIA Design Associates
Co-Founder & Partner
Professional settings
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Lucía Martín López

Coordinator of "Habitat: Housing and City (HaVyC)" research line at Anahuac Mexico University. I am Proffessor and Researcher and study both theory of incremental housing and its real application as a tool for production of denser and more sustainable cities.

Spanish
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Lidia Saliko

Architecture is a chance we have to make a better future. Creating spaces, ambience that reflect emotions, beauty, function and comfort. 

Albanian
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scott gold

Scott joined PAE Japan (PDFM: PAE Design & Facility Management) in 2009 and has been FM Practice Group Leader, Dir. of Business Development, and Dir. of Operations. He has been PDFM's President since 2011 (www.paejapan.com / www.pae.com).

In 2006, Scott and others established Solutions Group Intl. As Director of Operations of SGI LLC and Managing Dir. of SGI Japan KK, Scott was responsible for the operations of the company’s worldwide activities including the Philippines, Japan, China, Guam, Palau, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and other countries. He was responsible for setting up the entities for SGI Japan KK and SGI Southern Sudan. Scott was in charge of all design projects for the organization.

In 1996, Scott joined MWM Architects, Inc. to manage the firm's Guam office and its projects in the Pacific. He became a company principal, serving as Vice President / Region Director.

Before working at MWM, Scott worked in Tokyo, where he worked for various architects, including Japan's largest, Nikken Sekkei, Kurokawa Kisho, GK Sekkei, and Italian architect Aldo Rossi's Tokyo office.

Scott has also been an Instructor of Architectural Design at Tokyo Technical College, lectured at a number of Tokyo Universities, served as an Adjunct Faculty for Virginia Tech in Japan, and has written articles on Japanese architecture.

For 2 years, Scott served as Vice President and Trustee of Children’s Chance for Tomorrow, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing loving homes for homeless children. Scott designed all of CCFT’s major structures.

Scott has lived and worked in the Pacific for more than 3 decades and is a licensed architect on Guam and in California. Examples of his work can be found at: http://www.scottgoldarchitecture.com

Scott Gold served as President of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Japan Chapter (2017) and as its Immediate Past President served on the AIA’s International Board. He has also has been AIAJ’s President-Elect and Secretary.

USA

Scott joined PAE Japan (PDFM: PAE Design & Facility Management) in 2009 and has been FM Practice Group Leader, Dir. of Business Development, and Dir. of Operations. He has been PDFM's President since 2011 (www.paejapan.com / www.pae.com).

In 2006, Scott and others established Solutions Group Intl. As Director of Operations of SGI LLC and Managing Dir. of SGI Japan KK, Scott was responsible for the operations of the company’s worldwide activities including the Philippines, Japan, China, Guam, Palau, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and other countries. He was responsible for setting up the entities for SGI Japan KK and SGI Southern Sudan. Scott was in charge of all design projects for the organization.

In 1996, Scott joined MWM Architects, Inc. to manage the firm's Guam office and its projects in the Pacific. He became a company principal, serving as Vice President / Region Director.

Before working at MWM, Scott worked in Tokyo, where he worked for various architects, including Japan's largest, Nikken Sekkei, Kurokawa Kisho, GK Sekkei, and Italian architect Aldo Rossi's Tokyo office.

Scott has also been an Instructor of Architectural Design at Tokyo Technical College, lectured at a number of Tokyo Universities, served as an Adjunct Faculty for Virginia Tech in Japan, and has written articles on Japanese architecture.

For 2 years, Scott served as Vice President and Trustee of Children’s Chance for Tomorrow, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing loving homes for homeless children. Scott designed all of CCFT’s major structures.

Scott has lived and worked in the Pacific for more than 3 decades and is a licensed architect on Guam and in California. Examples of his work can be found at: http://www.scottgoldarchitecture.com

Scott Gold served as President of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Japan Chapter (2017) and as its Immediate Past President served on the AIA’s International Board. He has also has been AIAJ’s President-Elect and Secretary.

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