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Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 492 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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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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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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Roman Kucirek

Architecture

Civil engineering

Interiors

Czech
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Richard Anthony Losalajome Bolom'oese

Professional architect for almost 20 years and having worked a lot in international humanitarian action ...

Congolese (DRC)
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Wieslaw Kubica

Architecture and peoples

Czech Republic
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AN VIET DUNG

Farming Architecture

Viet nam
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Olumuyiwa Adegun

My work as an architect-researcher focuses on design and non-design solutions for low-income settlements in sub-Sahara Africa. 

Nigeria
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Iryna Shvets

spatial planning and urban networks; architectural education

ukraine
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Levy Canaleta

Resilient Architecture, Green Architecture, and Sustainable Architecture

Filipino
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Michael Kinyumu

Sustainable Design

Kenyan
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Štěpán Braťka

to make world a better place

Czech
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Patrick Hamzo

I believe in a philosophy that entails design as an interdisciplinary, collective effort to respond to contemporary needs and future issues. A great design is the result of collaborative work combined with passionate, innivative, sensitive values that transforms a place or a space into a unique solution that responds to human needs.

LEBANESE
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Hajar Eslami

In quest for creating spaces compatible with the essence of nature and human beings, and using new technologies and innovative, compatible materials, in order to improve the quality of spaces for the man of today and future

Iranian
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Reza Keshavarznorozpour

Modern architecture projects in a historic urban environment
 

Iranian

Modern architecture projects in a historic urban environment
 

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Nikoletta Dimitriou

Young architect highly interested in sustainable architecture, social-oriented design and innovative building technics. 

Greek

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