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Saeed Shenakhteh

As an architect with a positive view of the future of architecture and the impact of architecture on the quality of social and political life of society, I am trying and researching to advance this issue and certainly the best thing an architect can do is anticipate and create a positive gap in This is the path. And that effect doesn't need to be built, even with talking about this mindset or even the exhibition for the general public.

iranian
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Sayed Ahmed
Design, conservation, landscape, heritage, urban design, vernacular architecture, art appreciation and philosophy.
Bangladesh
Design, conservation, landscape, heritage, urban design, vernacular architecture, art appreciation and philosophy.
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Shama Usman

worked at Capital Development Authority 1975-1976

started my own private practice BSF Design consultant’s 1976-date Consultancy for Pakistan Army And Navy schools.Interiordesigning of Private sector ,houses.

started low cost green architecture project at grassroot level .

Pakistani

worked at Capital Development Authority 1975-1976

started my own private practice BSF Design consultant’s 1976-date Consultancy for Pakistan Army And Navy schools.Interiordesigning of Private sector ,houses.

started low cost green architecture project at grassroot level .

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Wojciech Świątek

Architektural & urban design | landscape & post-industrial design. 

Polish
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Hesam Taheri
architectural designbuilding information modeling3d visualizationGraphic design
iranian
architectural designbuilding information modeling3d visualizationGraphic design
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Md Junaied Saif
My goal is to continually expand my design skill and knowledge inarchitecture and design at a professional level. I believe in dedication andhard work, which will make me a valuable asset of my team.
Bangladeshi
My goal is to continually expand my design skill and knowledge inarchitecture and design at a professional level. I believe in dedication andhard work, which will make me a valuable asset of my team.
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Khaled Yassien

Architectural designer and Project controls manager

Egyptian
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DEBATOSH SAHU

To serve the people or mass at large by designing sustainable and sensitive Architecture for them.

INDIAN
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Simon Tayeh
My architectural focus is working on projects with historical value, mainly heritage sites, and creating harmony between modern architectural interventions and preservation of existing built cultural heritage.
Lebanese
My architectural focus is working on projects with historical value, mainly heritage sites, and creating harmony between modern architectural interventions and preservation of existing built cultural heritage.
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Niko Kapa

Award winning Architect, Industrial Designer and Researcher based in Dubai. Founder of Studio Niko Kapa, a multidisciplinary team that supports innovation using research as an integral part of the design process. The practice balances between architecture and product design, embracing the language of functionality, construction efficiency, and brand identity.

Churchill Towers, Floor 16, P.O. Box 488039, Dubai, UAE

Greek
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Ahsan Raza
A Creative individual who believes in the significance of time, space and materiality.An Architect by profession and a Craftsman by passion :).
Pakistani
A Creative individual who believes in the significance of time, space and materiality.An Architect by profession and a Craftsman by passion :).
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Emmanuel Nsibula

From the republic democratic of Congo practising in south Africa. 

My architectural philosophy consists of finding the right balance between being innovative,responsive, financially and enviromentally aware, in order to make good architecture accessible to all.

My Design process consist of 3 things:

  1. Understanding the context 
  2. Responding to the user needs
  3. Exploring new ways of resolving issues from the first two points

I believe Architecture should be pushing its boundaries and that each building should not just be a functional structure but a unique answer to a social, a contextual or even an economical problem.

Congolese
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Rron Tresi
- Architectural design focusing on social and political issues, especially border zones with disputed land.- Social housing - Planning strategies in offering sustainable solutions for cities
Kosovo
- Architectural design focusing on social and political issues, especially border zones with disputed land.- Social housing - Planning strategies in offering sustainable solutions for cities
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James Wright

James Wright is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and a founding Board Director and current Immediate Past President of the AIA International Region.  He is a past Chair of the AIA International Practice Committee Advisory Group, active with the IPCAG since 2011.  He is currently very involved with the International Union of Architects (UIA); he led the AIA delegation to the 2017 UIA Assembly in Seoul, and currently serves as UIA Professional Practice Commission Co-Director. 

Over his career, Wright has led the design and project management of over US$6 billion of building construction and has conducted innumerable planning and feasibility studies in over 40 countries spanning every continent except Antarctica.  With an unusually broad grasp of architectural practice, every year since 1979 he has been engaged in the marketing, managing, design, and delivery of exemplary architectural design services worldwide. His sensitivity to the local culture and traditions of each project setting is strongly reflected in his program-driven building designs.

USA
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Christian Gasparini
Christian Gasparini teaches and researches at Politecnico of Milan, dedicating his activity to architectural urban and landscape plans of sea ports and railway stations, cultural centers, media libraries and libraries, university and temporary residences in Italy and Europe. Expert in bioclimatic planning at the University of Bologna, in 2000 he worked in Chile, to the international workshop and masterplan of Valparaiso city centre, that followed the election of the city to the status of humanity heritage by Unesco. Many are the participations in international meetings and conferences. In 2018 he founded a new architecture and landscape book series named Terzo Luogo and published by Licosia. In the same year he published "Smart Cities vs Smart Territories", a sort of debate with Elisabetta Bello, Maria Teresa Gabardi and Nunziante Mastrolia on the idea of smart cities. In 2019 he published "il progetto come connessione - architettura città paesaggio". The book is a research on the architectural fundamentals, in which the figure of the link/connection is the plan principle of architecture, city and landscape. In 2001 he found NATOFFICE, an architectural and urban planning practice, based in Reggio Emilia and Milan. NAT OFFICE, combining theoretical approach with applied research, turns its attention to the relationship between architecture, city and landscape and investigates modular structures and exhibit design in order to experiment typologies, morphologies and scales, for a new identity between place and people. Private and public architecture realizations are intertwined with the research on urban strategies to generate flexible interfaces and on modular structures that can be assembled and disassembled in different configurations. NAT OFFICE wins several awards in international and national competitions, such as Masterplan for Sport Citadel in Testaccio Rome or New Lorenteggio Library in Milan.
Italy
Christian Gasparini teaches and researches at Politecnico of Milan, dedicating his activity to architectural urban and landscape plans of sea ports and railway stations, cultural centers, media libraries and libraries, university and temporary residences in Italy and Europe. Expert in bioclimatic planning at the University of Bologna, in 2000 he worked in Chile, to the international workshop and masterplan of Valparaiso city centre, that followed the election of the city to the status of humanity heritage by Unesco. Many are the participations in international meetings and conferences. In 2018 he founded a new architecture and landscape book series named Terzo Luogo and published by Licosia. In the same year he published "Smart Cities vs Smart Territories", a sort of debate with Elisabetta Bello, Maria Teresa Gabardi and Nunziante Mastrolia on the idea of smart cities. In 2019 he published "il progetto come connessione - architettura città paesaggio". The book is a research on the architectural fundamentals, in which the figure of the link/connection is the plan principle of architecture, city and landscape. In 2001 he found NATOFFICE, an architectural and urban planning practice, based in Reggio Emilia and Milan. NAT OFFICE, combining theoretical approach with applied research, turns its attention to the relationship between architecture, city and landscape and investigates modular structures and exhibit design in order to experiment typologies, morphologies and scales, for a new identity between place and people. Private and public architecture realizations are intertwined with the research on urban strategies to generate flexible interfaces and on modular structures that can be assembled and disassembled in different configurations. NAT OFFICE wins several awards in international and national competitions, such as Masterplan for Sport Citadel in Testaccio Rome or New Lorenteggio Library in Milan.

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