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PARAS MONGIA
Urban Areas, Open Public Spaces, Relation of Built vs Open Mass, Community Integration, Cultural/ Heritage Aspects, Historical Aspects, Urban Designing and Planning
India
Urban Areas, Open Public Spaces, Relation of Built vs Open Mass, Community Integration, Cultural/ Heritage Aspects, Historical Aspects, Urban Designing and Planning
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Juraj Dulencin
- lecturer and head of the Institute of architecture, Faculty of civil engineering, Brno University of technology (Brno, Czech Republic). - lead studios work, diploma and bachelors projects and the guarantor and creator of “Detail in architecture” subject. - focusing on architectural details and dwelling architecture.
Slovak
- lecturer and head of the Institute of architecture, Faculty of civil engineering, Brno University of technology (Brno, Czech Republic). - lead studios work, diploma and bachelors projects and the guarantor and creator of “Detail in architecture” subject. - focusing on architectural details and dwelling architecture.
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PINAR DİNÇ KALAYCI
ARCHITECTUREARCHITECTURAL EDUCATIONPOST-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION OF SPACESFACILITY PROGRAMMING
TURKISH REPUBLIC
ARCHITECTUREARCHITECTURAL EDUCATIONPOST-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION OF SPACESFACILITY PROGRAMMING
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Niloofar Tafazoli
Design of building
Iran
Design of building
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Sophie Topajian
Landscape architecture Urban planning
Armenian/Lebanese
Landscape architecture Urban planning
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Bilal Bilgili
Cultural heritage, conservation and preservation of architectural heritage, Conservation, preservation and management of historic buildings and sites, Architectural and archaeological survey, Urban conservation, Urban design, Contemporary building design, Energy efficient building design,
Turkiye
Cultural heritage, conservation and preservation of architectural heritage, Conservation, preservation and management of historic buildings and sites, Architectural and archaeological survey, Urban conservation, Urban design, Contemporary building design, Energy efficient building design,
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Hyunje Joo

Hyunje joo based in Germany and Korea.

He graguated from Kunstakademie Duesseldorf with Distinction in Germany, where appointed as the Meisterschueler by architect Max Dudler.

He was awarded ‘Mercedes-benz Junge Kunst Award’ from the germany(Metropolregion Rhein-Ruhr), ‚FAMAB Young Talent Award 2017′ finalist in germany. and  with the notable Silver prize A‘ International Design Award in Italia at Architecture, Building and Structure Design Competition.

Germany
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ELAGGOUNE Mohammed Amin

Architecture : Modern / Post Modern 

Ecologique Architecture

Creativity & technology

Algerian

Architecture : Modern / Post Modern 

Ecologique Architecture

Creativity & technology

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Manezha Dost
I am an Architect and a painter with over twenty years of professional experience in Poland and abroad. Assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Cracow University of Technology, active member of IARP and SARP. Inspired by Kenneth Frampton's Critical Regionalism, in my work I pay particular attention to design deeply embedded into the context and local conditions. I am fascinated by the space that affects the users through all their senses and shows construction solutions as an integral part of the architectural aesthetics. Thanks to my design experience in very different cultural circles, I seek in modern architecture a response to the need for identity and a sense of being rooted in a dynamically changing world. I am interested in an unconventional approach to the process of creating an architectural concept. I believe that each generation of young architects can bring vitality, energy and unique ideas to this beautiful profession.
Poland
I am an Architect and a painter with over twenty years of professional experience in Poland and abroad. Assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Cracow University of Technology, active member of IARP and SARP. Inspired by Kenneth Frampton's Critical Regionalism, in my work I pay particular attention to design deeply embedded into the context and local conditions. I am fascinated by the space that affects the users through all their senses and shows construction solutions as an integral part of the architectural aesthetics. Thanks to my design experience in very different cultural circles, I seek in modern architecture a response to the need for identity and a sense of being rooted in a dynamically changing world. I am interested in an unconventional approach to the process of creating an architectural concept. I believe that each generation of young architects can bring vitality, energy and unique ideas to this beautiful profession.
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Ali Asad

Architecture, construction and materials

Pakistani
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Rebal Jber

I am an Architect. Engaged in computational design, digital fabrication, and the poetry of architecture. 

As a tireless advocate for the continual pursuit of innovation, I aim to stay curious and continue to push our understanding of form and automation, using parametric technology to engage, empower, and transform across multiple disciplines and scales.

I work as Clio steel’s architect, improving designs and services for our customers through computational approaches, standing up digital fabrication methods, creating and maintaining models, to develop retractable Roof systems and on-boarding new design sets.

I was the Co-founder at NOAH Architects, where we were engaging in different projects around the MENA region

Syrian
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Oliverio Najmias

He has a fascination for sustainable processes and from practice [NOA] he aims to generate innovative tailor-made urban and architectural solutions.


ACADEMIC PROFILE

He is Adjunct Professor (Int) in Architectural Studio at the FADU, UBA (University of Buenos Aires) where he has been teaching since 1998. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of: Talca [Chile]; Johannesburg [South Africa] and Javeriana of Bogota [Colombia]; and Lecturer at the Tadeo University of Cartagena [Colombia]. He also chaired the 2010 DasBaker Award Jury in South Africa.

In 2018 the University of Buenos Aires distinguishes him with two Academic Merit Mentions


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

In 2007 he founded Najmias Oficina de Arquitectura [NOA], a practice with a fascination for sustainable processes and the generation of innovative solutions from architecture and the impact it has on the daily life of its users. The research-based approach drives spatial innovation in the fields of architecture, interior design and furniture as well as in the landscape, with a strong focus on the integration and impacts of the built on the phisical setting and the environment

He won his first international prize in 2002, the Silver Medal in the International Design Competition Beyond East and West [Korea]. In 2011 he was awarded the International Highly-Commended Americas Property Awards Single Residence.

From NOA, or associated with other offices, he also obtains the following national awards: 1st. and 3rd. Urban Project Award at FADU Biennial [2019]; Distinguished Work BIA-AR [2018]; 1st. Prize National Competition for the Colegiales Railwaystation Masterplan [2017]; 2nd Prize National Competition for City Park National [2017]; 3rd Arq Award [2011] and Bicentennial Award Finalist [2010] among others.

Argentine

He has a fascination for sustainable processes and from practice [NOA] he aims to generate innovative tailor-made urban and architectural solutions.


ACADEMIC PROFILE

He is Adjunct Professor (Int) in Architectural Studio at the FADU, UBA (University of Buenos Aires) where he has been teaching since 1998. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of: Talca [Chile]; Johannesburg [South Africa] and Javeriana of Bogota [Colombia]; and Lecturer at the Tadeo University of Cartagena [Colombia]. He also chaired the 2010 DasBaker Award Jury in South Africa.

In 2018 the University of Buenos Aires distinguishes him with two Academic Merit Mentions


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

In 2007 he founded Najmias Oficina de Arquitectura [NOA], a practice with a fascination for sustainable processes and the generation of innovative solutions from architecture and the impact it has on the daily life of its users. The research-based approach drives spatial innovation in the fields of architecture, interior design and furniture as well as in the landscape, with a strong focus on the integration and impacts of the built on the phisical setting and the environment

He won his first international prize in 2002, the Silver Medal in the International Design Competition Beyond East and West [Korea]. In 2011 he was awarded the International Highly-Commended Americas Property Awards Single Residence.

From NOA, or associated with other offices, he also obtains the following national awards: 1st. and 3rd. Urban Project Award at FADU Biennial [2019]; Distinguished Work BIA-AR [2018]; 1st. Prize National Competition for the Colegiales Railwaystation Masterplan [2017]; 2nd Prize National Competition for City Park National [2017]; 3rd Arq Award [2011] and Bicentennial Award Finalist [2010] among others.

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Ahmed Farea Al Sharjabi
Urban design StudiesArchitecture Studios Reconstruction After Natural disaster Conservation and Restoration
Yemeni
Urban design StudiesArchitecture Studios Reconstruction After Natural disaster Conservation and Restoration
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Nebyu Daniel

Focused on the very essence of inclusion and accessibility of urban fabrics to people all ages, colours, abilities and gender. Focused on the colourful architectural prospect which manifests itself over the face of our cities through accessible and inclusive design. 

Ethiopian
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Lucía Martín López

Coordinator of "Habitat: Housing and City (HaVyC)" research line at Anahuac Mexico University. I am Proffessor and Researcher and study both theory of incremental housing and its real application as a tool for production of denser and more sustainable cities.

Spanish

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