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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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Banu Tevfikler Çavuşoğlu

Interior Architecture and Environmental Design

Cypriot

Interior Architecture and Environmental Design

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Umar Hayat

Culture and local traditional ways and styles of architecture

Client minds and Architectural Styles

 

Pakistani
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Judith DiMaio

Architecture...

American
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Faisal Riaz

Hello!

I have graduated from National College of Arts Lahore, one of the famous institution of Architecture of my country. 

I run my own consultancy firm and do Architecture and Interior design projects, both residential and commercial.

I have performed dusties as Executive Member of Institute of Architects, Pakistan IAP. 

I look forward to perform as jury member for this competition.

Regards

Pakistani
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Jorge Salgado

Less is more, My firm is located in Querétaro, an important city in México.

Mexican
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sarah ibrahimbasha

sustainable architecture /energy management in building

Syrian italian

sustainable architecture /energy management in building

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Elie Braks

As an architect I have been always looking for new trends and ideas in architecture, how technology is changing and evolving architecture helping us to see project with a new perspective.

Lebanese
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Badri Wael

My architectural focus is to create 3d images to let the client feel there futur design on playing on there psychology...

Tunisian

My architectural focus is to create 3d images to let the client feel there futur design on playing on there psychology...

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Michelle Kassouf

A great building must begin with the immeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed, and in the end must be unmeasured. Louis Kahn

Lebanese
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Venkatesh Rathi

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

Indian
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Jakub Vydra

Housing buildings, modernism in architecture, funcionality vs. aesthetics in architecture, technical details, tradition in nowdays

slovakia
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Deb Avi

Form, Space and Focus 

Bangladesh

Form, Space and Focus 

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Byung Kil Bae

My architecture is concerned with the fundamental perception of the interrelationship between nature, human-being and architecture and the architect's architectural behavior in search of ways of coexistence through the right relationship between nature and human-being.

The architect thinks that respect and consideration for nature, which is the background of human life and architecture, is necessary, so I developed into aesthetics the meaning of Yum Chi(廉恥)", which is human ethics and takes it as my architectural attitude.A ancient famous Chinese scholar, Mang-Ja(孟子) said about “Yum Chi (廉恥)“ in his speech, "Man must be ashamed; only when he is ashamed of being free of shame does he have nothing to be ashamed of.”

"Aesthetics of Yum Chi(廉恥)" is a part of the architectural spirit, which states that in the relationship between human and nature, in the relationship between human and things, all things and human must be conscious that they are interactive with each other-dependence, so that they should "go beyond relationship to ethics.“

I understand that it is ultimately for human beings that architects care about nature, and I practice architecture based on the perception that there are "no boundaries" and “not a one thing, and it is not two“ to each other in nature, human-being and architecture.

Republic of Korea
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Alexandre Zein

My architecture focuses on the adaptation of each project in its own context with its own particular story. Also, my projects focus on humanity and climate change since architecture is for everyone, not just for privilege people. Therefore, the role of an architect is not only to build for rich and capable people, yet to everyone using specific architectural systems that will adapt to a specific situation. 

Elegance in design is crucial. However, there are many different ingredients assembeled all together in order to result with a good architectural project, and the social aspect is a major part of any project as well as sustainiblity and most importantly, the respect of nature and history. 

In our firm Zein Engineering we focus on several issues in the world such as scarcity of ressources, refugee crisis, displacement, immigration, poverty...etc.Well, Architecture could be the driving force to solve numerous problems in the world.  Also, Zein Eng. is recently commissioning several mega projects in Lebanon and the Gulf countries working with high-end projects and providing the best architecture possible for the client, for the context, and for society.

Lebanese
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Mona Rady
Egyptian