Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students.

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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Rong Zhao

Museum exhibition designer at wHY New York.

Chinese
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Giacomo Garziano

GG-LOOP BELIEVES THAT ARCHITECTURE, AS ANSWER TO A SPATIAL DEMAND, CANNOT BE MERELY FUNCTIONAL. EVERY SPACE NEEDS TO TELL A STORY.

italian
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Armin Sepic

Devoted to experimental architecture and competitions as well as architecture and interior design. Guidelines in my creative process are sustainability, energy efficiency, technology, simplicity and human, tailor-made approach. 

Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Hendre Erasmus

My focus is mainly on affordable educational buildings within a specific context.

South African

My focus is mainly on affordable educational buildings within a specific context.

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Aldo Giacchetto

AGA-Studio. Design, architecture, interiors, retails, urban-design

Italy
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S. M. Eftakher Alam

I am an Architectural Graduate who are very happy and encouraged all time for the query of architecture. My architectural focus specially on gathering knowledge and make them in a standard way for people.

Bangladeshi
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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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Gregorio Carboni Maestri

Architecture and urban socio-history and theory.

Italian, Brazilian, Belgian
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Sofia Gambetta

Architect (FADU-UdelaR, 2017) Candidate for specialist (Diploma in Construction of Works of Architecture, FADU-UdelaR). Honorary Course Assistant of TFC in Taller Articardi. Teaching Assistant of Construction Institute (FADU-UdelaR), where I perform counseling tasks in quality plans for
the POMLP of UdelaR. Currently, my work as a researcher focuses in materials and systems innovative construction.

Uruguay
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Jaydeep Vaishnav

Interior design 

Indian

Interior design 

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Lukáš Konečný

Architectural Visualizations

Slovak
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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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Chiara Rigotti

From 2002 to 2009 I was Coordinator of cooperation projects in Burkina Faso. With my associate study (2011-2012) I worked in Gabon and Morocco.

In the last 5 years I have been the sole manager of an architectural and construction firm called BIOARCHIRIGOTTI.

I have had a lot of work in Africa where the political situation has become unsustainable today. I'm used to solving problems in difficult situations, I like traveling even if I have daughters.

I built a € 1,000,000 cinema without site mechanization and won an award for an important research center built on the ground. I have always used only what I found on the spot in an advanced technical manner. I paid attention to natural energy, using natural ventilation techniques combined with sophisticated systems controlled by very simple software.

I used Odroid cards in rural areas with Android as software, training young illiterates with great success. 

Italian
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Anthony El Murr

Concept Methodology, Design, and Passion

Architect

Naval Architect

 

Lebanese
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Mian Hassan Naveed

The opportunity to leave a lasting impact is a privilege, and architects are gifted with this in every building they design. My prime focus falls under umbrella of construction project management and its prime role in Architectural practices. As an architect, I feel that practicality of any built project and it's design coordination  is the major source of success of any project being executed on ground. 

Pakistani