Jury

Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 523 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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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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BHASKAR TIWARI

Industrial and Commercial Buildings.

Indian
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Michael Karassowitsch

Research-in-practice and education. • Focus in the relationship of technology to architectural value and spirituality. • Modern technological thought has brought us to an impass not unlike the pandemic of 2020. We will not be able to continue as we have. • Need is to inform architects' role in coming change; responsibility far surpasses what we are today doing. • Ground of my work is to bring spiritual practice near to architectural practice and bring to the fore the original questioning nature of architectural practice that gives measure as architectural loci in tune with nature. • Facilitate transformative use of the findings of science that technology enables. 

Canada/Austria
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Jahangir Khan

Last two years I have worked  at ARCASIA to connect Asian architects to other regions of the world.

Pakistan
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Noman Afzal

“Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.”

Pakistany
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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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Giorgi Vardanashvili

As an Architect my architectural focus is sustainable urban development. Being a citizen of Tbilisi, Georgia I have to deal with many different urban issues taking place in my home city. It is a great opportunitie to deal with them in a sustainable way of thinking in order to reshape the city in its best way. Working With A foreign company gives me a lot of opportunities to study internatiuonal cases and implement them into current projects.

Georgian
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Francois Valentiny
VALENTINY hvp architects
Director
Professional settings
Luxembourg
VALENTINY hvp architects
Director
Professional settings
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László Földes

My bigest aim is to rethink the architectural tradition.

The idea of Kenneth Framptons critical regionalism is close to me.

Architects should give useful answers to the challenge of environmental changes.

Most common projects in my practice: Housing, Schools, Kindergardens, Nurseries, Visitor Centers, Office buldings, Conference Center, Castle restaurations,

Hungarian
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catherine el skaff

As an architect, I shape the lives of others through my work, and I will notice the world around me. I am a creative person and I need to create things.

lebanese

As an architect, I shape the lives of others through my work, and I will notice the world around me. I am a creative person and I need to create things.

Certified juror
Final juror
Vincent Marani
Marani Architects s.r.o.
Founder
Professional settings
USA
Marani Architects s.r.o.
Founder
Professional settings
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Giuseppe Parisi

Giuseppe Parisi (*1989) graduated in the Architecture and Interior Design department of Aversa, Italy. He founded an Interdisciplinary Office after several experiences with different national and international practices in his hometown. The approach of his work explores the relationship between the Sense, the Form and the Materials. The goal of his idea is to achieve beauty characterized by few targeted choices. The areas of his work include design on various scales, from private houses to residential complexes, planning and requalification of public buildings, offices and accommodation facilities. In 2018 he received the NIB Under 36 Architecture Award and today he is among the young emerging italian architects.

Italy
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In-Souk Cho

Innovative design works based on the local traditional culture and history. 

Historic conservation and restoration for the good intervention.

Searching for the integrity with authenticity.

Seeking for harmony with nature, culture, and human beings.

Korea
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David Ricardo

Design, building science, and digital architecture 

Indonesia
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Asma Sebai
  1. the human being is the cause of all the Earth problems, and at the same time, it is the solution to save it.
  2. multi-tendency, multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity.
  3. contemporary architecture: the creation of sustainable living spaces that meet human needs.
  4. architectural heritage as a basis for architectural development.
    Heritage should not be an obstacle in the way of architectural creativity, but an element of inspiration and a lesson from the past.
Algerian

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