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Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 456 jurors from 78 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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Matúš Nedecký

Architectural Visualizations

Slovak
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Iryna Shvets

spatial planning and urban networks; architectural education

ukraine
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Ekrem Bahadir Caliskan

·       University Campus Designs

·       Architectural Designs and feasibility studies of educational buildings

·       Architectural designs and standards of sport facilities

·       Steel structured building

·       Factory Building and Research Centers

·       Multipurpose halls and theatre buildings designs

 

turkey
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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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KSENIIA PROSHUNINA

Modern architecture projects in a historic urban environment

Russian

Modern architecture projects in a historic urban environment

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Shama Anbrine

To me, architecture is not merely an art of creating beautiful buildings. It is the context, both cultural and social, as well as social and environmental responsiveness that makes or breaks it. 

Pakistani
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Ignacio Fernández Torres

Prof. Architect ETSA Sevilla and TU Wien, partner of ftca architectos & asociados and ftca s.r.o. researcher and Director of ACCA magazine for architectonic graphics. ftca.es

Spain
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Sayed Ahmed

Ar. Sayed Ahmed is a Bangladeshi practicing architect and academician. He studied architecture from SUST; Sylhet. He was lecturer in the department of architecture, Bangladesh University, Dhaka. He successfully got his master’s degree at Monumental heritage with DAAD scholarship from Anhalt university of Applied Sciences, Bauhuas of Dessau, Germany. He specializes design, art appreciation, cultural studies, art philosophy, architectural history, urban collective memory, material and climatic issues regarding vernacular architecture and so on. He has already published articles from several journals around the globe which include countries like UK, USA, Austria, Australia, Nigeria, India, China and Indonesia. He is also in editorial board of ATINAR journal, Greece and CHITROLEKHA journal, India. His recent study published from the largest platform of Asian architects, ARCASIA’s 19th forum.

Bangladeshi
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Nebyu Daniel

Focused on the very essence of inclusion and accessibility of urban fabrics to people all ages, colours, abilities and gender. Focused on the colourful architectural prospect which manifests itself over the face of our cities through accessible and inclusive design. 

Ethiopian
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Anthony Musevu Kashit

The influence of pedagogy on architecture

Congolese
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Ho Chin Siong
University of Technology Malaysia
Professor, Faculty of Built Environment
Academic settings
Malaysia
University of Technology Malaysia
Professor, Faculty of Built Environment
Academic settings
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Joost Leeuwenburg

Architecture design and urban planning.

New Zealand
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Shahzore Afridi

I am focused on functional design in architecture. However, my design processes involve a vast variety of basic design principle, yet I aim at the final outcome to be calm, attractive and pyschologically peaceful for users.

Pakistani
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Andrea Cruzalegui

My architectural focus is born from the sensations generated by a space. Whether open or closed, the interior and exterior factors are ordered and controlled by the design generating a particular atmosphere. The architecture must transmit something, and that something is decided by the architect, when it is relevant and well executed it becomes a great design.

Peruvian
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Maria Abi Raad

Architecture Graduate from the Holy-Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon. She was ranked third at the 19th Chaderji Award – (Lebanon 2019), first in Urban Design and Landscape at the Inspireli Awards (Prague 2019) and obtained an honorable mention at the Design that Educates Awards – (Germany 2019) for her project on the post-war reconstruction of Mosul. News of her project reached UNESCO Paris who then kindly requested it for instructive purposes. Interested in social and sustainable challenges, she plans to pursue a master's degree in International Urban Planning at l’Ecole d’Urbanisme de Paris.

Lebanese

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