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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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Juan Verdaguer Aguerrebehere

Juan Verdaguer Aguerrebehere is an architect, graduated from the National University of La Plata, founding partner of NoName Architecture and JVA Renders.

From the practice NoName Architecture seeks to recover the spaces for reflection, and rethinking of conventions, as they are raised, not only in the field of architecture, but in society itself. Having ventured into university teaching and participation in competitions as collaborators in studies such as SMF Architects and Aisenson Architects. On the other hand, collaborating with the dissemination of architecture in 2017, they created a radio program dedicated to interviews with renowned architects in Argentina.

With a strong interest in single-family residential homes, they spend a lot of time studying variables for each project, interrelated architecture with poetry, music, cinema and literature in general. Some of his projects have been distinguished and published in Argentina and Spain. They have participated and won 11 awards in international and national competitions. In 2018, 5 of their projects were selected at the Argentine Architecture Biennale.

From JVA Renders as a professional architectural visualization studio composed of a young team of Architects, 3D Digital Artists, Graphic Designers, and Digital Animators make the most of their potential and expertise to professionally assist Architectural firms, Engineering firms, and Building Industries around the globe.

Spanish
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Patryk Strześniewski

Simplicity.

Poland
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Gerdi Papa

Born on November 9 th of 1989 in Tirana, Albania, Gerdi is an architect who is passionate about computational and algorithmic design topics as well as digital fabrication. His first steps in the computational design field are taken as his high school education is focused on electronics. He finishes his master studies in Architecture and Urban Design at Polis University in 2014 where he deals with a thesis in Interactive Architecture. His main fields of interest from that point on focus on the digital aspects of designing architecture with a professional master in Parametric Design finished at Polis University in 2016. During this time he also practiced as an assistant lecturer at Polis University in the corses of Information Architecture as well as Computer Aided Design. He started his PhD studies in the joint doctorate program between Polis University and Ferrara in 2016-2017 where he is now developing a thesis on Digital Fabrication and Emergency Shelters.

Albanian
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Piyali Debnath

I have always been inspired by the pure form nature which inspires the rhythm and continuity between the edifice and nature. Every piece of architecture should be inextricably connected to nature which can only be possible by using proper use of art, science, and modern technology. Architecture is not just a language but also a soul, that can enrich and enhance the human society for a better future.

Indian
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Majdi Suleiman

I would like to mention that my focus on the subject will not be on the architectural side only, but I will go beyond it to interior design and decoration until I deliver my first idea of the site, which is to highlight the extent of the architect's connection and his need to be true for a general and surrounding overview of any project in order to be able to design in a refined manner that depends on correct foundations that serve The project and thus serve the idea.

Jordanian
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Petrit Ahmeti

Energy efficiency in buildings.

Albanian
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Muhammad Umair

My architectural focus is to find out the reality in design and as well as contextual progress. Also I am more closely focussed on working with different urban planners to develop more sustainable and economical projects. 

Pakistan
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Kujtim Elezi

History of architecture, Theory of architecture

Albanian
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Ondřej Valach

Philosophy of architecture and visualization.

Czech Republic

Philosophy of architecture and visualization.

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Etta Madete

I am an architectural designer at BuildX Studio, a lecturer(TF) at the University of Nairobi and an Aspen 2020 fellow. I practice, teach and conduct research on architectural design innovation to bring sustainable economic, social and environmental development to Kenya and beyond.  Most recently I was the Kenyan lead researcher for the 2020 Guggenheim-NY exhibition with Rem Koolhaas, OMA, and the Harvard GSD.  

Kenya
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Ramiz Baig

Throughout my professional career i have had a diverse focus which has enabled me to enjoy the various facets of the design world. Including the following:

  • Residential
  • Interiors
  • Universal Accesibility
  • Heritage
Pakistani
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Noman Afzal

-Revolution

-Creativity

-Modernism

-Milimist 

 

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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Ervin Taçi

Architecture for people 

Albania
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Jasson Johny

I think a good design whether its an architectural or urban planning scale all the way down to product design, the underlying principle is to make things better for people. I think the motive should be to use design to enable people to live better lifes, to get more out of everything. Its a goal quite often can be lost in architectural design and for this one must under the human conditions cultural differences around the world, the climatic sitiations that people are in and more and more its about trying to embrace all aspects of health. So I think in all aspects if you allow yourself to think about health, think about the wellbeing of the people we are designing for - it can finally lead us into some interesting and new strategies for where technology should go. There is a responsibility to think about people in a broader sense. Young people eventually become old people, firm people become infirm. so there is a constant need to think about all at the same time to make the world a happy place to be for all.  

India