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Filip Gottschalk

Conceptual and parametric architecture.

 

INSPIRELI AWARDS 2016 Czech Republic regional winner.

Architect at AI - Design with the Great Eva Jiřičná.

Czech and Austrian
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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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Marcelo Waisman

Marcelo Conrado Alejandro Waisman
Architect
Summary
More than 25 years of experience in Design and Construction, 15 as Manager of Retail Projects, Multifamily Homes, Hospitality and Office Buildings AAA. With more than 1,000,000 m2 projected from the beginning to the completion and start-up of the buildings. 10 years leading multidisciplinary teams, providing solutions and specific answers to the needs of the company's different internal clients. Analyzing new business opportunities in Real Estate, searching for opportunities and maximum optimization of profitability of newly acquired properties and permanent re- evaluation of the existing portfolio based on changes or adjustments to the new regulations. Application of Green Building criteria adapting buildings and projects, for its subsequent certification under Leed Standards.
Experience
Architecture Manager
IRSA COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Associate Professor
Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES
Education
Universidad Austral
• Seminar of Specialization in Real Estate
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
• Postgraduate in Architecture and Urban Design
Pratt Institute, NYC
• Seminar and Concurse of Urban Design "The Future of Coney Island", winner of the first prize
Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad de Buenos Aires
• Architect degree
Awards
HONORABLE MENTION "Artificial Paradise" Urban Studies and Architecture Studies USA/ITALY
FIRST PRIZE Project expansion of the Cemetery of Avellaneda
HONORABLE MENTION "The construction of Memory" Memorial for the Victims of the AMIA bombing
FIRST PRIZE "Urban Project for Coney Island" Pratt Institute, NYC

Argentino

Marcelo Conrado Alejandro Waisman
Architect
Summary
More than 25 years of experience in Design and Construction, 15 as Manager of Retail Projects, Multifamily Homes, Hospitality and Office Buildings AAA. With more than 1,000,000 m2 projected from the beginning to the completion and start-up of the buildings. 10 years leading multidisciplinary teams, providing solutions and specific answers to the needs of the company's different internal clients. Analyzing new business opportunities in Real Estate, searching for opportunities and maximum optimization of profitability of newly acquired properties and permanent re- evaluation of the existing portfolio based on changes or adjustments to the new regulations. Application of Green Building criteria adapting buildings and projects, for its subsequent certification under Leed Standards.
Experience
Architecture Manager
IRSA COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Associate Professor
Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES
Education
Universidad Austral
• Seminar of Specialization in Real Estate
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
• Postgraduate in Architecture and Urban Design
Pratt Institute, NYC
• Seminar and Concurse of Urban Design "The Future of Coney Island", winner of the first prize
Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad de Buenos Aires
• Architect degree
Awards
HONORABLE MENTION "Artificial Paradise" Urban Studies and Architecture Studies USA/ITALY
FIRST PRIZE Project expansion of the Cemetery of Avellaneda
HONORABLE MENTION "The construction of Memory" Memorial for the Victims of the AMIA bombing
FIRST PRIZE "Urban Project for Coney Island" Pratt Institute, NYC

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Yasmin Bushra

Working to serve communities who can benefit the most from thoughtful and efficient research + design yet have the least access to it. Through my work, which includes small scale experimental projects and public space installations, I advocate for spatial justice in the pursuit of inclusive and resilient cities and communities.

Ethiopian
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Deb Avi

Form, Space and Focus 

Bangladesh

Form, Space and Focus 

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Matthew Rauch

I make spaces and places with an emphasis on color, texture, and form.

American
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Venkatesh Rathi

VGR Architects, mixed used architecture, interiors , residential, commercial architecture 

Indian
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abdesselam mohamed nabil

administration 

appartement 

hotel...

Algeria

administration 

appartement 

hotel...

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Elobaid Elfadil

Lead studio-design lecturer and researcher specialized in (architectural Visualization and photography, architectural morphogenesis and form-finding ,  architectural tectonics and Aesthetics). Additionally,  there is a considerable interest in developing (architectural pedagogies, design-knowledge,  and critical thinking skill-sets) within the architectural education.

Sudanese
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El mehdi Belyasmine

Born in the middle of cultural diversity in Morocco, El Mehdi Belyasmine grew up in the French High School in El Jadida, Morocco, during his childhood but also in a family of artists and teachers where his father was also an architect, he was focused primarily in drawings to find the passion which is architecture and design research during his studies in Belgium (Bachelor and M.Arch II) and Switzerland (One-Year M.Arch I) with a summerschool in Brooklyn, USA.  His ambitions led him to start his path career in Doha, Qatar where he collaborated with Albaker Architects in cultural field before being moved in Mexico City in 2015 to work for Fernando Romero Enterprise/FR-EE in various projects at cultural and urban scale through design research, isometric diagrams and 3D models. From June 2016 to February 2018, he was appointed to lead design research and conception development through collaboration with Arroyo Solis Agraz Arquitectos in various projects of different scales from house to urbanism. His dynamism, open mind and vivacity enhance his interest in architectural design that operates at the intersection of culture, sustainability and technology. Open to challenges, he joined Estudio Lamela arquitectos/LAM for new challenges such as big infrastructures like airports.

Moroccan
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Rhisa Suprapto

Architecture, especially about building design with efficiency energy concept. Then Urban design, especially about, sustainable living in urban settlement and green open space to improve thermal comfort in a city. Now, I'm trying to collaborate with IT expert on a smart tourism research.  

Indonesia

Architecture, especially about building design with efficiency energy concept. Then Urban design, especially about, sustainable living in urban settlement and green open space to improve thermal comfort in a city. Now, I'm trying to collaborate with IT expert on a smart tourism research.  

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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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Naser Ibrahim

Discovering the hidden architectural talents around the world and give them a chance to get recognized globally. 

https://www.amazingarchitecture.com

Kurdish
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Vojtěch Dvořák

architectural design

computer graphics

architectural visualisations and animations

3d reconstruction of historical buildings

teaching

Czech republic
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PAKO RADOVANOVIC

Architecture should be like art . It is beautiful or not, you like it or not. Whit out any explaining why it looks like this , because of the impact on environment or because of some sociological aspects or ...

MACEDONIAN

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