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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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Jelena Ristić Trajković

Jelena Ristić Trajković is an architect, educator and author. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Architecture within the field of Architectural Design and Contemporary Architecture (2016). Ristic Trajkovic is an Assistant Professor at the Department for Architecture, University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, Serbia, where she is involved in architectural design courses. She also teaches Design Methodology at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade. Her main research focus is on design methodology, design education, social and ecological aspects of design, environment and behavior theories in architectural design and heritage protection, and in particular on appropriate methods to understand different urban narratives. She is involved in several national and international research projects with topics mainly focused on modern heritage, urban narratives, housing, and sustainability.

Serbian
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Joy Alexandre Harb

Smart Cities

Lebanese
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Murat Soygeniş
S+ ARCHITECTURE
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Professional settings
Turkey
S+ ARCHITECTURE
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Professional settings
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Martin Kallesø

Cultural sustainable architecture with strong focus on context and site specific projects deeply rooted in the local environment and building traditions. 

Danish
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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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Elie RACHID

• Winner of architecture competiton: Collège Alain à Carcasonne - Atelier d'architecture Emmanuel Nebout.

• Designer at a new Royal Palace in Paris. (Consultant architect on site, current Job)

Interest: 

-3D rendering/ Architecture presentation

-Architectural concepts

-Interior Design/ Luxury interiors

-Green Buildings/ Sustainablity

-Technology & innovation in architecture

 

 

Lebanese
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Levy Canaleta

Resilient Architecture, Green Architecture, and Sustainable Architecture

Filipino
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Wolf Wilbert

I am pretty clear what architecture means to me, and after 50 years of being in this profession on three continents, I will not change my mind. There are great architects out there, and I just hope they see clearly the development of our profession. It is not about YOU anymore, it is about the survival of our planet. Please take this seriously!

Architecture is an emotional experience.

When artificial intelligence is used to build superstructures, then the human input can only be done by designers with great imagination and vision. High-Tech is terrific if it is applied to social benefit. We forget so quickly that everything we make, including artificial intelligence, comes from the raw materials of this planet.

I can see that people are fascinated by monstrous shiny skyscrapers, but the reality is, that this is nothing more than modern human anthills. Who wants to live there with thousands of others?

We should integrate the beauty of Nature harmoniously into our architecture. The grand design of Nature (mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, streams, oceans shores) gives us enough inspiration to follow the idea to compliment Nature, instead of destroying it.

Canadian

I am pretty clear what architecture means to me, and after 50 years of being in this profession on three continents, I will not change my mind. There are great architects out there, and I just hope they see clearly the development of our profession. It is not about YOU anymore, it is about the survival of our planet. Please take this seriously!

Architecture is an emotional experience.

When artificial intelligence is used to build superstructures, then the human input can only be done by designers with great imagination and vision. High-Tech is terrific if it is applied to social benefit. We forget so quickly that everything we make, including artificial intelligence, comes from the raw materials of this planet.

I can see that people are fascinated by monstrous shiny skyscrapers, but the reality is, that this is nothing more than modern human anthills. Who wants to live there with thousands of others?

We should integrate the beauty of Nature harmoniously into our architecture. The grand design of Nature (mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, streams, oceans shores) gives us enough inspiration to follow the idea to compliment Nature, instead of destroying it.

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Yasmin Bushra

Working to serve communities who can benefit the most from thoughtful and efficient research + design yet have the least access to it. Through my work, which includes small scale experimental projects and public space installations, I advocate for spatial justice in the pursuit of inclusive and resilient cities and communities.

Ethiopian
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Indjy Shawket

 Integration between social urban spaces and indoors architectural ones.

Egyptian
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Gihan Badi

Architectural design and building performan through form, function and fabric. Leeds Beckett University

British
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Amina Mirza

I have extensive experience as a lead architect for various projects of design, research and assessment in the field of architecture, interior, landscape and urban design.

My focus is on climate change and equitable human developments. My vision for 'green and sustainable' is beyond the tangible elements of human habitation. I believe that the sustainability of culture and tradition lies in the core values that are passed on from generation to generation.

I believe the synthesis of the sciences and the art in balance to how we inhabit the land is the highest form of expression.

Pakistan
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Nguyen Hieu

Unique architectural creation

Viet Nam
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Kristina Golub

I am focused on scientific research in the field of intelligent building management systems and their influence on architecture. At the same time as an architect at the Golub Architects Company, I design residential and commercial buildings as well as interior design.

Ukrainian
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Sergio Sandoval

For me, architecture has two ways of manifesting itself: Mimicking to go a little unnoticed, or contrasting with the environment, highlighting and saying that it exists with a new and functional design, it is for both reasons that I like architectural design, adding the appearance ecological design to coexist with the planet trying to avoid more pollution.

Mexicano