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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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Kwon Chong Tan

I am Ar. Rien Tan Kwon Chong, a full time Professional architect and a part-time lecturer. I graduated with first class honors from UCSI Univesity (bachelor Degree in Architecture) and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Master in Architecture) in year 2013 & 2015. Upon graduating, I travelled to Osaka, Taipei & New York where he worked with architecture firms to take up challenges on future residences and offices design. In Year 2016, I emerged as the winner for Asian Young Designer Award, beating 11 other participants from other Asian countries. Recently, Ar.Rien also won first price for International Design Competition on Tropical Housing for Orang Asli. I am now based in KL focusing on high-rise design in WDA Architects. My passion towards architectural field and the society were spread through the sharing session he has given in events like Pontian Home Coming Series 2017 and UCSI Architectural Graduates Show 2018 - 2020. I also been involved in a few volunteer project including EPIC Home (building shelter for indigenous community), PPIP (Pontian Tourism Association), PAM (Malaysia Architect Association) since year 2013.

Malaysia
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Aleen SABA

When establishing a design, every architect will consider what exactly they want to communicate by it.

Personally I search the Purpose of a design.

It is to decide on a strong focal point that will drive all the architectural system, draw everybody’s attention and create that perfect balance and rythm. This purpose or concept reflects in the design creating this way new buildings and the spaces in and around them. A living organism!

Lebanese
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Betty Chavez

Architectural Design 

Architectural Design Computational

Architectural Parametric Design 

Digital fabrication 

Multimaterials

Algorithmic design 

Design research 

Peruvian

Architectural Design 

Architectural Design Computational

Architectural Parametric Design 

Digital fabrication 

Multimaterials

Algorithmic design 

Design research 

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Michaela Solnická

Visual artist, set designer, architect and photographer of Czech origin, based in Burkina since 2012. With Ladji Kone she co-directs the company Ciel K. Her academic research on aesthetics allows her to explore new materials, methods and media with dancers involved in creation on the stage and in the public space.
Graduated in architecture in Prague, Lyon and Paris. Already during her studies, internships and curiosity led her to discover the design and visual art in Morocco, Ghana and Burkina Faso. In light design she got trained alongside Simon Schroter of Berlin. It was with Italian architects VentiZeroQuattroArk in 2009 that she made her first real experience in conception of space. In 2012, she joined the team of JCA - Jakub Cigler Architekti and since 2013 she has been conducting experimental and pro-bono activities for the benefit of cultural actors in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. The urban design set led her to collaborate on projects in Mauritania and Spain.

Czech Burkinabe
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Ahmet Vefik Alp

 

A H M E T V E F I K A L P


A R C H I T E C T U R B A N I S T
PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE & URBANISM

FOUNDER & PRINCIPAL, ALP MIMARLAR TASARIM LTD
www.alparchitects.com.tr

CHIEF-ADVISOR OF THE PRIME MINISTER, TURKEY (1999-2002)

ACADEMICIAN & REGIONAL PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE
www.iaa-ngo.com

EMERİTUS MEMBER, ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS
www.architecture.org

EMERİTUS MEMBER, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
www.aiaeurope.org


Following the French Lycée 'Saint Joseph', Alp has pursued his studies at the ITU Istanbul Technical University / Architecture from where he obtained the Degree of Architect in 1971, and that of Diplome Architect in 1973, both with High Honors. The Tepebasi Cultural Center, Istanbul, his thesis work, has drawn attention and was published in recognised architectural journals. Two competition entries he submitted just before and after his graduation, the Headquarters of the Central Bank of Turkey, Ankara; and the Commercial Center for Red Crescent Society of Turkey, Ankara both obtained the Jury Special Prize.
Immediately after his graduation, he joined The Architecture Faculty ITU as Assistant Professor of Architecture. He was then appointed by the Academic Chair to design the Campus for Naval Sciences Academy near Istanbul
In 1977, ITU / Architecture decided to position Alp to the United States for advanced studies.

Alp joined Rice University, School of Architecture in Houston, Texas where he was awarded the Degrees of Master and Doctor of Architecture in 1979. He has completed his doctoral studies in 16 months. His dissertation entitled 'Aesthetic Response to Geometry in Architecture' focuses into the domain of architectural and environmental psychology and deals with the problems of visual perception and the emotional / aesthetic interaction of man with his built surroundings. Before returning home Alp worked at the architectural firm 3D/International, Houston.
In 1982, Dr Alp was invited to the College of Environmental Design, King Fahd University, Dhahran. He has taught for 7 years there at the Departments of Architecture and City Planning. During that period he accomplished the designs and site supervision the Turkish Embassy and Staff Housing Complex at the Diplomatic Quarter in Riyadh.
Dr. Alp was elevated to the Rank of Associate Professor in 1985.
He was elected 'Professor' of the IAA International Academy of Architecture in 1989 and appointed by the Academic Council as Founding President of the IAA Regional Centre in İstanbul in 1993.

Alp is licensed as ‘Architect’ in Turkey as of 1971. He obtained his Registration from the State of Texas, US in 1984 as ‘Professional Architect’ and became a member of the Texas Society of Architects and American Institute of Architects. In 1995 Professor Alp was qualified as Professional Interior Architect' by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. He has been welcomed as Allied Member of The American Society of Interior Designers in 1998.
Dr. Alp obtained in 1994 the highest level (A) License of City Planner from the Turkish Department of Environment & Urbanism.
Professor Alp has been the recipient of a number of Prizes and Dedications for his academic / professional work. His academic and Professional work is routinely being published in periodicals in different languages and daily newspapers. His 450-page work entitled Architectural Heritage of Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province documenting lost architectural antiquities was completed in 1990.
In addition to his own Country and the Middle East, Dr. Alp has worked in Switzerland and Japan.
In 1996 Dr Alp was appointed as Professor and Chairman of the School of Architecture, Gebze Technical University, Istanbul. Following his retirement from the latter State University, he has continued to conduct Architectural Design Studios in the private universities of Yeditepe and Beykent, Istanbul, Turkey
Alp has visited about 50 countries worldwide and speaks fluent English and French in addition to his native language.
The Ministry of Culture and The Council of Higher Education, Turkey have conjointly appointed Professor Alp to the membership of a Regional Council for The Preservation of the Cultural and Natural Landmarks. In 2001 he has been conferred with the title of Honorable Member of the Kazgor Design Academy, Kazakhistan and was elected as Member of the International Academy of Architecture for Eastern Countries.
Ahmet Vefik Alp has been appointed as Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister of Turkey 1999-2002.

The Presidium of the International Academy of Architecture represented by 22 delegates from various countries bestowed upon him the distinguished title of ‘Academician’ in 2000, anonymously and on the presence of the representatives of the International Union of Architects UIA and UNESCO.

In 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009 local elections respectively, he run for the Office of the Metropolitan Mayor of Greater Istanbul, and his proposals for the restoration of the disturbed ecology, history and urbanism of the City recognised national and international attention.
In 2006 and 2009, he served as Jury Member for the IAA World Triennial of Architecture, Sofia, Bulgaria.
The architectural schemes he designed, amongst others, are the 17.000 m2 Taksim Mosque & Museum of History of Religions, in Istanbul Taksim Square and secondly a competition entry with Italian colleagues for the Istanbul TV Tower, a 357 m high communication and vista tower to be positioned at the highest point of Istanbul.
Dr. Alp has been the recipient of the European Property Awards 2011 and 2012 for 3 of his architectural works in Turkey, Malatya City Hall, The Department of Environmental Engineering, Gebze Technical University and ‘MHP’ Political Party HDQS in the capital Ankara, Turkey The latter was also awarded the International Academy of Architecture Special Prize 2018.
In 2011, Dr. Alp was elected as Chartered Member of RIBA Royal Instıtute of British Architects.
In 2012 and 2013 respectively, Dr Alp’ s ‘Mosque of the Republic & Museum of Religions’ scheme for Taksim Square, Istanbul won the UIA Union Internationale des Architectes First Prize during the XXXIII World Triennial of Architecture in Sofia, Bulgaria and the Second Prize of the IDA Internationsl Design Awards from USA. The same Project was shorlisted for the LICC London Internationale Creative Competition 2012.
In 2013 his The Hotel & Convention Center Design, İzmir, Turkey won the the Second Prize in its category in the IDA International Design Awards USA.
His entry for The ‘Çamlica Grand Mosque’ (Golden Dome Mosque) for Camlica Hill, Istanbul won the 1st Honorable Mention in the design competition and the 1st Prize in the LICC London International Cretaive Competition, 2013. His ‘Ecocity Konya’, Turkey Project was awarded ‘Silver Medal of the Order of Architects and Planners of Rome during the IAA Interarch 2015, Sofia, Bulgaria.
In 2016 his project for The Department of Electrical Electronical Enginnering, Gebze Technical University, Turkey was awarded the Bronze Prize during the 9th IDA International Design Awards, USA in the category of Institutional Buildings.
In 2020 Dr Alp’s Technology & Informatics Zone HDQS, Turkey was ther recipient of 2020 MUSE Design Awards ‘Siver Award’
Presently, Dr Alp continues to lead his firm Alp Mimarlar Architects Ltd in Istanbul and to head Istanbul Center of the International Academy of Architecture. He interacts with a number of associations and societies, participates in international juries, congresses, workshops and symposia.


PROFESSİONAL AFFLIATIONS SHORTLIST

CHAMBER OF ARCHITECTS OF TURKEY (TR)
CHAMBER OF CITY PLANNERS OF TURKEY (TR)
INTERNATIONAL UNION OF ARCHITECTS UIA
ROYAL INSTİTUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS (RIBA) UK
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AIA (USA)
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS EUROPE AIAE (EU)
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE IAA


+ 90 (216) 3367562, 3361744, 4184025 Fax 3457872
Fener- Kalamis 7, Kadikoy Istanbul 34726 Turkey

ahmetvefikalp@alparchitects.com.tr www.alparchitects.com.tr

Turc

 

A H M E T V E F I K A L P


A R C H I T E C T U R B A N I S T
PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE & URBANISM

FOUNDER & PRINCIPAL, ALP MIMARLAR TASARIM LTD
www.alparchitects.com.tr

CHIEF-ADVISOR OF THE PRIME MINISTER, TURKEY (1999-2002)

ACADEMICIAN & REGIONAL PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE
www.iaa-ngo.com

EMERİTUS MEMBER, ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS
www.architecture.org

EMERİTUS MEMBER, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
www.aiaeurope.org


Following the French Lycée 'Saint Joseph', Alp has pursued his studies at the ITU Istanbul Technical University / Architecture from where he obtained the Degree of Architect in 1971, and that of Diplome Architect in 1973, both with High Honors. The Tepebasi Cultural Center, Istanbul, his thesis work, has drawn attention and was published in recognised architectural journals. Two competition entries he submitted just before and after his graduation, the Headquarters of the Central Bank of Turkey, Ankara; and the Commercial Center for Red Crescent Society of Turkey, Ankara both obtained the Jury Special Prize.
Immediately after his graduation, he joined The Architecture Faculty ITU as Assistant Professor of Architecture. He was then appointed by the Academic Chair to design the Campus for Naval Sciences Academy near Istanbul
In 1977, ITU / Architecture decided to position Alp to the United States for advanced studies.

Alp joined Rice University, School of Architecture in Houston, Texas where he was awarded the Degrees of Master and Doctor of Architecture in 1979. He has completed his doctoral studies in 16 months. His dissertation entitled 'Aesthetic Response to Geometry in Architecture' focuses into the domain of architectural and environmental psychology and deals with the problems of visual perception and the emotional / aesthetic interaction of man with his built surroundings. Before returning home Alp worked at the architectural firm 3D/International, Houston.
In 1982, Dr Alp was invited to the College of Environmental Design, King Fahd University, Dhahran. He has taught for 7 years there at the Departments of Architecture and City Planning. During that period he accomplished the designs and site supervision the Turkish Embassy and Staff Housing Complex at the Diplomatic Quarter in Riyadh.
Dr. Alp was elevated to the Rank of Associate Professor in 1985.
He was elected 'Professor' of the IAA International Academy of Architecture in 1989 and appointed by the Academic Council as Founding President of the IAA Regional Centre in İstanbul in 1993.

Alp is licensed as ‘Architect’ in Turkey as of 1971. He obtained his Registration from the State of Texas, US in 1984 as ‘Professional Architect’ and became a member of the Texas Society of Architects and American Institute of Architects. In 1995 Professor Alp was qualified as Professional Interior Architect' by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. He has been welcomed as Allied Member of The American Society of Interior Designers in 1998.
Dr. Alp obtained in 1994 the highest level (A) License of City Planner from the Turkish Department of Environment & Urbanism.
Professor Alp has been the recipient of a number of Prizes and Dedications for his academic / professional work. His academic and Professional work is routinely being published in periodicals in different languages and daily newspapers. His 450-page work entitled Architectural Heritage of Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province documenting lost architectural antiquities was completed in 1990.
In addition to his own Country and the Middle East, Dr. Alp has worked in Switzerland and Japan.
In 1996 Dr Alp was appointed as Professor and Chairman of the School of Architecture, Gebze Technical University, Istanbul. Following his retirement from the latter State University, he has continued to conduct Architectural Design Studios in the private universities of Yeditepe and Beykent, Istanbul, Turkey
Alp has visited about 50 countries worldwide and speaks fluent English and French in addition to his native language.
The Ministry of Culture and The Council of Higher Education, Turkey have conjointly appointed Professor Alp to the membership of a Regional Council for The Preservation of the Cultural and Natural Landmarks. In 2001 he has been conferred with the title of Honorable Member of the Kazgor Design Academy, Kazakhistan and was elected as Member of the International Academy of Architecture for Eastern Countries.
Ahmet Vefik Alp has been appointed as Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister of Turkey 1999-2002.

The Presidium of the International Academy of Architecture represented by 22 delegates from various countries bestowed upon him the distinguished title of ‘Academician’ in 2000, anonymously and on the presence of the representatives of the International Union of Architects UIA and UNESCO.

In 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009 local elections respectively, he run for the Office of the Metropolitan Mayor of Greater Istanbul, and his proposals for the restoration of the disturbed ecology, history and urbanism of the City recognised national and international attention.
In 2006 and 2009, he served as Jury Member for the IAA World Triennial of Architecture, Sofia, Bulgaria.
The architectural schemes he designed, amongst others, are the 17.000 m2 Taksim Mosque & Museum of History of Religions, in Istanbul Taksim Square and secondly a competition entry with Italian colleagues for the Istanbul TV Tower, a 357 m high communication and vista tower to be positioned at the highest point of Istanbul.
Dr. Alp has been the recipient of the European Property Awards 2011 and 2012 for 3 of his architectural works in Turkey, Malatya City Hall, The Department of Environmental Engineering, Gebze Technical University and ‘MHP’ Political Party HDQS in the capital Ankara, Turkey The latter was also awarded the International Academy of Architecture Special Prize 2018.
In 2011, Dr. Alp was elected as Chartered Member of RIBA Royal Instıtute of British Architects.
In 2012 and 2013 respectively, Dr Alp’ s ‘Mosque of the Republic & Museum of Religions’ scheme for Taksim Square, Istanbul won the UIA Union Internationale des Architectes First Prize during the XXXIII World Triennial of Architecture in Sofia, Bulgaria and the Second Prize of the IDA Internationsl Design Awards from USA. The same Project was shorlisted for the LICC London Internationale Creative Competition 2012.
In 2013 his The Hotel & Convention Center Design, İzmir, Turkey won the the Second Prize in its category in the IDA International Design Awards USA.
His entry for The ‘Çamlica Grand Mosque’ (Golden Dome Mosque) for Camlica Hill, Istanbul won the 1st Honorable Mention in the design competition and the 1st Prize in the LICC London International Cretaive Competition, 2013. His ‘Ecocity Konya’, Turkey Project was awarded ‘Silver Medal of the Order of Architects and Planners of Rome during the IAA Interarch 2015, Sofia, Bulgaria.
In 2016 his project for The Department of Electrical Electronical Enginnering, Gebze Technical University, Turkey was awarded the Bronze Prize during the 9th IDA International Design Awards, USA in the category of Institutional Buildings.
In 2020 Dr Alp’s Technology & Informatics Zone HDQS, Turkey was ther recipient of 2020 MUSE Design Awards ‘Siver Award’
Presently, Dr Alp continues to lead his firm Alp Mimarlar Architects Ltd in Istanbul and to head Istanbul Center of the International Academy of Architecture. He interacts with a number of associations and societies, participates in international juries, congresses, workshops and symposia.


PROFESSİONAL AFFLIATIONS SHORTLIST

CHAMBER OF ARCHITECTS OF TURKEY (TR)
CHAMBER OF CITY PLANNERS OF TURKEY (TR)
INTERNATIONAL UNION OF ARCHITECTS UIA
ROYAL INSTİTUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS (RIBA) UK
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AIA (USA)
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS EUROPE AIAE (EU)
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE IAA


+ 90 (216) 3367562, 3361744, 4184025 Fax 3457872
Fener- Kalamis 7, Kadikoy Istanbul 34726 Turkey

ahmetvefikalp@alparchitects.com.tr www.alparchitects.com.tr

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Patryk Strześniewski

Simplicity.

Poland
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S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi

S.M. Shafaiet Mahmud has a passion for innovative ideas, exploring the boundaries of visual art and architecture. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) in 2017. His B.Arch thesis project, titled “Urban Remediation: Turning Landfill Site into Public Park,” sought to develop an existing landfill into a community urban park, creating a model for turning “negative” zones into vibrant public places. The project questioned the conventional practice of waste management, which has a great impact on the infrastructure of any city. Shafaiet’s proposal included a ward-based waste-processing facility prototype that would recycle waste at the landfill. His proposal was awarded the year’s best thesis and published in Context BD, a reputed online architecture platform.

Shafaiet has worked as an intern architect at Volumezero Architects. In 2018, he was awarded the design competition “Inhabiting Nature,” organized by Aditya College of Architecture (ACA), Mumbai, India. He attended the Institute of Architects Bangladesh architecture jamboree in 2016. His expertise is in complex geometry and coding in Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. He participated in EVOLO skyscraper design competition in 2015 and attended a workshop arranged by Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh called “Safe Sanitation 2014.” In this workshop, he was awarded 2nd prize for his “Community Toilet Design.”

At Ci+AU, he is currently working on the design of eight BRAC regional offices and a prototype pavilion for Aarong Earth, the display and sale space for Aarong’s herbal products. He is an associate member of the Institute of Architects Bangladesh.

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Hyunje Joo

Hyunje joo based in Germany and Korea.

He graguated from Kunstakademie Duesseldorf with Distinction in Germany, where appointed as the Meisterschueler by architect Max Dudler.

He was awarded ‘Mercedes-benz Junge Kunst Award’ from the germany(Metropolregion Rhein-Ruhr), ‚FAMAB Young Talent Award 2017′ finalist in germany. and  with the notable Silver prize A‘ International Design Award in Italia at Architecture, Building and Structure Design Competition.

Germany
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Denny Setiawan

We design low rise designed housing and hospitality

Indonesia
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Geomilie Tumamao-Guittap

Believing in the significant role building professionals play in shaping the character, form, and quality of places and spaces for humanity, Ar. Geomilie S. Tumamao-Guittap is a passionate architecture-planning professional and development researcher. She finished B.S. Architecture from the University of Santo Tomas with honours in 2003 and served as a designer-coordinator for various commercial developments in United Arab Emirates at the height of the construction boom of early 2000. After she returned to the Philippines to earn her graduate studies in 2010, she joined the University of the Philippines School of Urban and Regional Planning (UP SURP) as a University Researcher in 2011 and graduated Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning specializing in Estate Planning and Development with honours in 2015. She currently heads the Capacity Building Subcommittee of the United Architects of the Philippines – Emergency Architects (UAP-EA) and she is actively involved in the International Network for Traditional Buildings, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU) – Philippine Chapter. She is engaged in various researches, outreach programs, and trainings on disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) and sustainable development.

 

Filipino
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Amanuel Sheferaw

My focuses are on Architecture design, Facade design, Vernacular architecture, and science on building and material.

Ethiopian
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ERIC WIRTH

Architecture is contextual

FRANCE
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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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Final juror
Mario Botta
MARIO BOTTA ARCHITETTI
Official representative of the Holy See of the Vatican State in the INSPIRELI AWARDS international jury
Architecture
Vatican