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Sannah Ejaz

I have been leading the urban design studio at the Department of Architecture at COMSATS University Islamabad since 2014. The studio involves critical study, analysis and re-development of a local urban area in the light of urban design theories and urban models.

As part of this studio, we have been able to document, study, anaylse parts of Islamabad in terms of linkages, access, visual quality, urban morphology, social fabric, cultural context, ebvironmental scenarios, land use distribution, grid planning parameters and infrastructure. In coming years we are hoping to document all of Islamabad for archiving and record.

I have currently part of a research project to document and study the occurrence of informal businesses in street life in light of Islamabad. Though my attachment to the architecture design of buildings 

Pakistan
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Asiri Panditha
Push the boundaries of how the notions of empathy in architecture can accommodate a wide range of opposing viewpoints.
Sri Lankan
Push the boundaries of how the notions of empathy in architecture can accommodate a wide range of opposing viewpoints.
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Mosè Ricci
Ecological design - Landscape Urbanism - Urban Regeneration
Italian
Ecological design - Landscape Urbanism - Urban Regeneration
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Ivana Rakonjac
Architectural and urban design, Interior design, Lighting in architecture, Prehomenon of Boundary in an urban context
Serbian
Architectural and urban design, Interior design, Lighting in architecture, Prehomenon of Boundary in an urban context
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Abel Mamani Gutierrez
La arquitectura tiene que ser una herramienta, para mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas.
Bolivian
La arquitectura tiene que ser una herramienta, para mejorar la calidad de vida de las personas.
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Samuel Óghale Oboh

Vice President, AECOM Canada Architects Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Samuel Óghale Oboh (Sam) is a highly accomplished architect, resourceful leader and design management specialist committed to innovation, stewardship and achieving excellence for the greater public good. He is the 2015 President of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) – the first Canadian of African descent to lead the 110-year-old professional organization.

Canadian
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Nisali Siriwardene
I focus on sustainability development projects in architecture as well as eco-friendly designs with minimal impact on nature. I see that architecture is about being able to feel the feelings and emotions that a building's elements create. It is a narrative, a process, and a form of art that we can genuinely inhabit.
Sri Lankan
I focus on sustainability development projects in architecture as well as eco-friendly designs with minimal impact on nature. I see that architecture is about being able to feel the feelings and emotions that a building's elements create. It is a narrative, a process, and a form of art that we can genuinely inhabit.
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Yasser Boulbassir
i'm an architect focused in 3d design , conception and fonction of th building
algerian
i'm an architect focused in 3d design , conception and fonction of th building
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Danish Ahsan

Architecture is imagining yourself in Realtime on site and thinking about user's need , having walkthrough in it, experiencing spaces before execution on site so that no problem should occurs for him/her in future.

Pakistani
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Eva Le Peutrec
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New Caledonia
Eva Le Peutrec Founder Professional settings
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Peyman Kiani Falavarjani
Peyman Kiani Falavarjani was born on 10th June 1984, in Esfahan, Iran. He grew up in a family with an industrial background; therefore, he had to work in his father's workshop from childhood until the end of high school. But although he had good talent in the industry, he had loved buildings since he was a child. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Glastonbury University. Later in 2012, he completed his master's degree in architecture. He is passionate about designing buildings where people are happy, like a hotel, bars, and restaurants. He believes a good design in a place should make people want to be there many times or travel to that place. He considers the emotional connection between the space and its user a critical factor, followed by aesthetics, ergonomics, usability, and functionality, defining a good design. This is the perspective that forms his manifest as an architect. For more information, you can follow Peyman Kiani Falavarjani on Instagram at @peymankianiarchitects.In 2008, he established his studio, Peyman Kiani Architects (PKA). Since 2013, the group has focused exclusively on hotels, restaurants, and bars, which have resulted in many prosperous projects in Iran and other countries. More than 34 prizes from some international design awards have been achieved in these years.
Iranian
Peyman Kiani Falavarjani was born on 10th June 1984, in Esfahan, Iran. He grew up in a family with an industrial background; therefore, he had to work in his father's workshop from childhood until the end of high school. But although he had good talent in the industry, he had loved buildings since he was a child. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Glastonbury University. Later in 2012, he completed his master's degree in architecture. He is passionate about designing buildings where people are happy, like a hotel, bars, and restaurants. He believes a good design in a place should make people want to be there many times or travel to that place. He considers the emotional connection between the space and its user a critical factor, followed by aesthetics, ergonomics, usability, and functionality, defining a good design. This is the perspective that forms his manifest as an architect. For more information, you can follow Peyman Kiani Falavarjani on Instagram at @peymankianiarchitects.In 2008, he established his studio, Peyman Kiani Architects (PKA). Since 2013, the group has focused exclusively on hotels, restaurants, and bars, which have resulted in many prosperous projects in Iran and other countries. More than 34 prizes from some international design awards have been achieved in these years.
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Martin Kallesø

Cultural sustainable architecture with strong focus on context and site specific projects deeply rooted in the local environment and building traditions. 

Danish
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SYED FIDA JAFRI

TO DESIGN BULIDING ON THEME BASED PROJECTS

 

PAKISTANI
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Shaymaa Alkubaisi
Urban design
Iraq
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Dorota Maria Baraniecka

I graduated recently and live in Berlin for about 5 years now. During my studies, I focused on architectural and urban design and completed many projects, workshops, summer schools and competitions in many international locations like Beirut, Libannon (redeveloping a central city district), New York in cooperation with NYIT (finding a solution in the city for water flooding due to the natural disasters and social housing), Moscow (building up existing residential districts in the city with utopian housing proposals), Sao Paulo (a concept for public spaces and occupied building concepts in Brazil), Portugal (a project of a cultural center in a historic city context of Lisbon) and many interesting locations in Berlin. I also completed an exchange semester in Melbourne, Australia, where i focused on construction management and digitalisation methodology in the architecture field in general. At the moment I work for a real estate company in a Product Strategy team and we try to find a potential within many central city areas to densify them and build new housing (because of housing shortage) We focus mainly on developing interesting housing and co-working concepts. Especially in the times of digitalisation and rapid urbanisation, I really enjoy discussing about architecture and new ideas / new concepts for the future. Therefore I would be glad to be a part of a jury team.

Polish

I graduated recently and live in Berlin for about 5 years now. During my studies, I focused on architectural and urban design and completed many projects, workshops, summer schools and competitions in many international locations like Beirut, Libannon (redeveloping a central city district), New York in cooperation with NYIT (finding a solution in the city for water flooding due to the natural disasters and social housing), Moscow (building up existing residential districts in the city with utopian housing proposals), Sao Paulo (a concept for public spaces and occupied building concepts in Brazil), Portugal (a project of a cultural center in a historic city context of Lisbon) and many interesting locations in Berlin. I also completed an exchange semester in Melbourne, Australia, where i focused on construction management and digitalisation methodology in the architecture field in general. At the moment I work for a real estate company in a Product Strategy team and we try to find a potential within many central city areas to densify them and build new housing (because of housing shortage) We focus mainly on developing interesting housing and co-working concepts. Especially in the times of digitalisation and rapid urbanisation, I really enjoy discussing about architecture and new ideas / new concepts for the future. Therefore I would be glad to be a part of a jury team.

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