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There are 576 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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Ar. Tan Kwon Chong

I am Ar. Rien Tan Kwon Chong, a full time Professional architect and a part-time lecturer. I graduated with first class honors from UCSI Univesity (bachelor Degree in Architecture) and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Master in Architecture) in year 2013 & 2015. Upon graduating, I travelled to Osaka, Taipei & New York where he worked with architecture firms to take up challenges on future residences and offices design. In Year 2016, I emerged as the winner for Asian Young Designer Award, beating 11 other participants from other Asian countries. Recently, Ar.Rien also won first price for International Design Competition on Tropical Housing for Orang Asli. I am now based in KL focusing on high-rise design in WDA Architects. My passion towards architectural field and the society were spread through the sharing session he has given in events like Pontian Home Coming Series 2017 and UCSI Architectural Graduates Show 2018 - 2020. I also been involved in a few volunteer project including EPIC Home (building shelter for indigenous community), PPIP (Pontian Tourism Association), PAM (Malaysia Architect Association) since year 2013.

Malaysia
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Jaydeep Vaishnav

Interior design 

Indian

Interior design 

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Damith Premathilake

Architecture, Landscape and interior design

Sri Lankan
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Denny Setiawan

We design low rise designed housing and hospitality

Indonesia
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Judith DiMaio

Architecture...

American
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Mohsen Houzi

New Vision Studio, interior design, exterior design

Iranian
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Tomasz Głowacki

architecture of place, architecture of context,

architecture of absence as creating architecture invisible / little visible in space (emptiness in architecture)

Polish
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Les Jordan

Currently, I am involved in a wide range of architectural project types in Austria and Central Europe. The projects vary in scope, but our specialties lie in architectural management, consulting, design and construction document planning for mobility architecture (rail, bus, automobile, bike and pedestrian interchanges), especially the spaces of interface, which are of architectural significance.

As upcoming AIA Europe president I am excited to respresent an engaged group of international planning professionals with the common goal of promoting educational programs and conferences for practicing architects, emerging professionals, and students alike.

USA
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David Bitton

architect

interior designer

designer

landscape

www.davidbittondesign.com

French
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Sabbir Ahmed

Everything related with architecture     

Bangladeshi
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sarah ibrahimbasha

sustainable architecture /energy management in building

Syrian italian

sustainable architecture /energy management in building

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Arief Isrefidianto

Architect and Urban Designer

Indonesian
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Shahzore Afridi

I am focused on functional design in architecture. However, my design processes involve a vast variety of basic design principle, yet I aim at the final outcome to be calm, attractive and pyschologically peaceful for users.

Pakistani
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Marco Tanzilli

Founder of TA.R.I-Architects.

Italy
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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