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There are 1175 jurors from 128 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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Miroslav Gebas
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Vasil Kashukeev
Main interests in public buildings architecture. Trying to push students boundries further everytime and bring back the freedom in architecture.
Bulgaria
Main interests in public buildings architecture. Trying to push students boundries further everytime and bring back the freedom in architecture.
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Sebastiaan Wessels
Eco-DesignAdaptive re-use
South African
Eco-DesignAdaptive re-use
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Noman Afzal

-Revolution

-Creativity

-Modernism

-Milimist 

 

Pakistani
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Affan Adil Khan

Contemporary design analogy in the midst of arid environments. Perceiving architecture as means of inspiration and excitement through multi-disciplinary projects

Pakistan
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Aíro Ernann GC
The social interest in housing
Colombia
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Zigar Khan

My design focus is to fulfil the clients requirements, expectations and goal achievement through creativity, ease of process and value. 

Pakistan
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Philip Horton
Philip Horton is a Clinical Associate Professor and a Senior Global Futures Scientist, and he is currently acting as the Assistant Director for Strategic Initiatives for The Design School. In Academic Year 2020/21 Horton served as the Interim Director for The Design School. Horton is currently participating in a transdisciplinary research initiative with the Global Futures Laboratory (GFL), the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO), Studio MA, and other units within ASU. He is currently co-directing the launch of the interdisciplinary Center of Building Innovation (cobi) at ASU, as well as the emergent "Wakanda ASU" initiative.Horton previously acted as faculty advisor to Team ASUNM (Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico) on the SHADE house (Solar Homes Adapting for Desert Equilibrium) for the U.S. Department of Energy's 2013 Solar Decathlon, and as the studio professor for the Waimea Nui Community Development Initiative with the Native Hawaiian Homesteaders' Association. He received a Master's in Architecture (M.Arch) with commencement honors from the Arizona State University's College of Architecture and Environmental Design (now the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts), and is currently completing the Stanford LEAD Executive Education program through the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
United States
Philip Horton is a Clinical Associate Professor and a Senior Global Futures Scientist, and he is currently acting as the Assistant Director for Strategic Initiatives for The Design School. In Academic Year 2020/21 Horton served as the Interim Director for The Design School. Horton is currently participating in a transdisciplinary research initiative with the Global Futures Laboratory (GFL), the Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO), Studio MA, and other units within ASU. He is currently co-directing the launch of the interdisciplinary Center of Building Innovation (cobi) at ASU, as well as the emergent "Wakanda ASU" initiative.Horton previously acted as faculty advisor to Team ASUNM (Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico) on the SHADE house (Solar Homes Adapting for Desert Equilibrium) for the U.S. Department of Energy's 2013 Solar Decathlon, and as the studio professor for the Waimea Nui Community Development Initiative with the Native Hawaiian Homesteaders' Association. He received a Master's in Architecture (M.Arch) with commencement honors from the Arizona State University's College of Architecture and Environmental Design (now the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts), and is currently completing the Stanford LEAD Executive Education program through the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
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Murat Soygenis
S+ ARCHITECTURE Founding Partner Professor and Former Dean
Turkey
S+ ARCHITECTURE Founding Partner Professor and Former Dean
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Velika Ivkovska
An engineer architect and an assistant professor at International Balkan University (IBU) Skopje. Born in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia with Bachelor degree in Engineering and Architecture from the University of “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in 2004. Master of Science degree from the University American College Skopje at the Department of Architecture and Design with focus on the Building Heritage, in June 2013. PhD thesis completed at Istanbul Technical University between 2014 and 2018 at the Faculty of Architecture, the Department of History of Architecture. Active participant in conferences and seminars related to the history of architecture. The fields of interests cover the area of the Ottoman and vernacular architecture as well as the field of the Byzantine Architecture, Modern architecture, and the History of Garden Design.Member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Macedonia focused on the built heritage and its protection and preservation. Publishing widely on the architectural, vernacular, and urban environments. Teaching Design Studios as well as History and Theory of Architecture and Art, Architectural Conservation and Restoration, Basic Design, Representative Techniques in Architecture and Technical Drawing among other.Writer, editor, project designer, professor and architectural historian.
Macedonian
An engineer architect and an assistant professor at International Balkan University (IBU) Skopje. Born in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia with Bachelor degree in Engineering and Architecture from the University of “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in 2004. Master of Science degree from the University American College Skopje at the Department of Architecture and Design with focus on the Building Heritage, in June 2013. PhD thesis completed at Istanbul Technical University between 2014 and 2018 at the Faculty of Architecture, the Department of History of Architecture. Active participant in conferences and seminars related to the history of architecture. The fields of interests cover the area of the Ottoman and vernacular architecture as well as the field of the Byzantine Architecture, Modern architecture, and the History of Garden Design.Member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Macedonia focused on the built heritage and its protection and preservation. Publishing widely on the architectural, vernacular, and urban environments. Teaching Design Studios as well as History and Theory of Architecture and Art, Architectural Conservation and Restoration, Basic Design, Representative Techniques in Architecture and Technical Drawing among other.Writer, editor, project designer, professor and architectural historian.
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Joseph Nehme-Tannous
Design and Design Development
Lebanese
Design and Design Development
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Wolfgang Gerlach
My focus is on the design from a single source. I love to combine different surfaces and materials in both exterior and interior design. The focus is on the areas of hotels, restaurants and event gastronomy.
German
My focus is on the design from a single source. I love to combine different surfaces and materials in both exterior and interior design. The focus is on the areas of hotels, restaurants and event gastronomy.
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Agata Legawiec

Interior designer and 3d artist

Poland
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Petrit Ahmeti

Energy efficiency in buildings.

Albanian
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Agata Legawiec
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