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Become a member of the world's biggest jury in architecture history. Help us to support students. There are 531 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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Julieta Chester

Respect for the land we habitate

Argentina
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Ali Cheaib

Modern architecture and BIM management.

Lebanon
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Enrico Prandi

Architectural and Urban Design, Architectural Composition, Theory of Architecture

Italian
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Chiara Rigotti

From 2002 to 2009 I was Coordinator of cooperation projects in Burkina Faso. With my associate study (2011-2012) I worked in Gabon and Morocco.

In the last 5 years I have been the sole manager of an architectural and construction firm called BIOARCHIRIGOTTI.

I have had a lot of work in Africa where the political situation has become unsustainable today. I'm used to solving problems in difficult situations, I like traveling even if I have daughters.

I built a € 1,000,000 cinema without site mechanization and won an award for an important research center built on the ground. I have always used only what I found on the spot in an advanced technical manner. I paid attention to natural energy, using natural ventilation techniques combined with sophisticated systems controlled by very simple software.

I used Odroid cards in rural areas with Android as software, training young illiterates with great success. 

Italian
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Michaela Solnická

Visual artist, set designer, architect and photographer of Czech origin, based in Burkina since 2012. With Ladji Kone she co-directs the company Ciel K. Her academic research on aesthetics allows her to explore new materials, methods and media with dancers involved in creation on the stage and in the public space.
Graduated in architecture in Prague, Lyon and Paris. Already during her studies, internships and curiosity led her to discover the design and visual art in Morocco, Ghana and Burkina Faso. In light design she got trained alongside Simon Schroter of Berlin. It was with Italian architects VentiZeroQuattroArk in 2009 that she made her first real experience in conception of space. In 2012, she joined the team of JCA - Jakub Cigler Architekti and since 2013 she has been conducting experimental and pro-bono activities for the benefit of cultural actors in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. The urban design set led her to collaborate on projects in Mauritania and Spain.

Czech Burkinabe
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Salma Begum

Salma Begum is a Bangladeshi Architect. Having been a distinguished student herself throughout her academic career – from being the recipient of Vice Chancellor’s Gold Medal in Bachelor of Architecture to double masters from BUET, Bangladesh and KU Leuven, Belgium with distinction, she is now engaged in nurturing next generation architects in the Department of Architecture at Ahasanullah University as an Assistant Professor. She is also a practicing architect – involved in various notable projects both domestically and internationally. She frequently contributes in international architectural publications benefiting the community. Outside architecture world, she is an avid traveler and a photographer.

She is interested in designing public spaces and places. Her research interest is to see how the use of space changes its scenerio with time and politics. For a city , landscape plays an important role. Therefore, how urbanism and landscape can integrate togather to contribute a city is another topic of interest of hers. She is currently engazed as an indpendent researcher where the research tries to forsee the future of public green space: Envisioning a sustainable urban landscape as incubator of citizenship, social cohesion and alternative urban economics – the Case of Dhaka.

 

 

 

Bangladeshi
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Amir Armani Asl

Armani Architects is young and talented award winning collective of architects and designers network based in Tehran, Iran and currently led by Amir Armani Asl and Kiana Ghader.

Armani Architects was established with the aim of enhancing architecture and human experience by incorporating Iran’s authentic culture into our designs to respond to today’s community challenges. Established in 2018.  this office has produced award-winning architectural and interior design projects across Iran and other countries.

Iran
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Michelle Kassouf

A great building must begin with the immeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed, and in the end must be unmeasured. Louis Kahn

Lebanese
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Diego Hernández

As an architect I have been the curator of the largest curated architecture library of the world. Now as a creative director I’m looking for the latest trends and out of the box thinkers in design and construction.

Chile
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Vincent Ahtime

I completed my Parts 1 & 2 at the CVUT-FA  in  Prague in 1990 and my Part 3 at De Montfort University in Leicester in 2004.

I worked 10 years in the Seychelles post university graduation on a variety of project sectors. I then moved to the UK for 12 years, where my main focus was in the residential and industrial sectors.

I then returned to the Seychelles 7 years ago, where my focus expanded from residential and industrial to include tourism  office buildings, banks and edcuation sectors. However, the mainstay of the Practice remains in Tourism and residential sectors. 

Seychellois
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Maira Khan

 

I anticipate that my Research on the Sustainable Development & Public Health, will be revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region will bring Architectural Solution to communities of Pakistan. It will lead to economic development, environmental integrity, and social equality for the benefit of all humanity.
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Vernacular Architecture of Pakistan and indigenous materials will be used in the development of the project.
The Agenda for Research will focus on ending poverty , aim towards improving the living conditions of the community and empower all women and girls by promoting their handicraft skills. Not this it the main objective of this project will be productive employment and decent work for residents of all age groups. It will sustainable management of resources of the area.
The research will be designed in a way that it will ensure resilient infrastructure and make rural settlements and surrounding area safe, resilient and sustainable.
Consequently, this can provide immaculate opportunities, improving the pathetic living conditions of the residents of the area by promoting local crafts, vernacular architecture and indigenous materials of that region.. Sustainable proposal will be energy efficient on the same lines as humanitarian projects of Experts. The design solution will aim to provide building improvement and infrastructure.

1.2 Description of Research Goals & Objectives
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Emphasis shall be placed on adaptation and implementation of research-derived knowledge and techniques to a practical humanitarian architecture project in areas of concern.
The project research goals and objectives will yield tangible outcomes in the form of prototypes which can be developed all over Pakistan. My Participation will enable Building a network and support system among female scientists from different countries .
I have been teaching Energy and Environment to students of Bachelor of Architecture and promoting and encouraging interest in the areas of sustainable development, and communication of the relevance in everyday life.


Sustainability presents great challenges for Architecture profession. But it also presents us with opportunities to play a dynamic and constructive role in the future development of our own societies. Indeed, we find ourselves living and working at one of those critical times in the history of the world where the future of the human enterprise is being decided. These are critical times. Our role as architects helping society to secure its future may well be decisive. In a world that is already straining its life supporting capacities to the limit, how we shape and organise space in support of sustainable living lies at the very heart of well-being and even our survival.
1.3 Conclusion
This research of almost 10 years will focus on revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region and works towards Sustainable Development.
My research has concluded that SUSTAINABILITY and BIM are inter-twined issues and that this requires more research and deliberation in order to address how best to co-relate the 2 issues to yield maximum value-add.
All strategic actions Smile, Promote, Experiment and Survive will serve as research models . The Focus of my research has been same as the Theme of Brundtland Award.
• Health and Sustainable Development
• Sustainable and Equitable Health Systems
• Sustainable Development Challenges in Developing Countries
I assure you that this Platform will result in International Collaboration and we will be able to fight with all the challenges and come up with Sustainable Solutions for the coming Generations.I would like to conclude by Quoting The Brundtland Report 1987 :

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
- The Brundtland Report 

 

 

REFERENCES

www.thailand-guide.com
(student papers from 17-Aug-2016)
Submitted to University of Wales Swansea on 2016-08-17
(Internet from 17-Nov-2015)
http://mofa.go.ug/files/downloads/Statement%20by%20Prof%20Kamuntu%20Ephraim.pdf
( Papers from 03-Jul-2015)
Submitted to 82561 on 2015-07-03
(Internet from 14-Mar-2014)
http://design490.org/what-is-humanitarian-architecture/?replytocom=52
(Publications)
Nanda, Ved P.. "The journey from the millennium development goals to the sustainable development goals.", Denver Journal of International Law and , Spring 2016 Issue

 

 

Pakistani

 

I anticipate that my Research on the Sustainable Development & Public Health, will be revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region will bring Architectural Solution to communities of Pakistan. It will lead to economic development, environmental integrity, and social equality for the benefit of all humanity.
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Vernacular Architecture of Pakistan and indigenous materials will be used in the development of the project.
The Agenda for Research will focus on ending poverty , aim towards improving the living conditions of the community and empower all women and girls by promoting their handicraft skills. Not this it the main objective of this project will be productive employment and decent work for residents of all age groups. It will sustainable management of resources of the area.
The research will be designed in a way that it will ensure resilient infrastructure and make rural settlements and surrounding area safe, resilient and sustainable.
Consequently, this can provide immaculate opportunities, improving the pathetic living conditions of the residents of the area by promoting local crafts, vernacular architecture and indigenous materials of that region.. Sustainable proposal will be energy efficient on the same lines as humanitarian projects of Experts. The design solution will aim to provide building improvement and infrastructure.

1.2 Description of Research Goals & Objectives
The research will be originating from the indigenous context and environment in Pakistan. Emphasis shall be placed on adaptation and implementation of research-derived knowledge and techniques to a practical humanitarian architecture project in areas of concern.
The project research goals and objectives will yield tangible outcomes in the form of prototypes which can be developed all over Pakistan. My Participation will enable Building a network and support system among female scientists from different countries .
I have been teaching Energy and Environment to students of Bachelor of Architecture and promoting and encouraging interest in the areas of sustainable development, and communication of the relevance in everyday life.


Sustainability presents great challenges for Architecture profession. But it also presents us with opportunities to play a dynamic and constructive role in the future development of our own societies. Indeed, we find ourselves living and working at one of those critical times in the history of the world where the future of the human enterprise is being decided. These are critical times. Our role as architects helping society to secure its future may well be decisive. In a world that is already straining its life supporting capacities to the limit, how we shape and organise space in support of sustainable living lies at the very heart of well-being and even our survival.
1.3 Conclusion
This research of almost 10 years will focus on revenue generation for local craftsmen of Pakistan and promote local arts and craft of this region and works towards Sustainable Development.
My research has concluded that SUSTAINABILITY and BIM are inter-twined issues and that this requires more research and deliberation in order to address how best to co-relate the 2 issues to yield maximum value-add.
All strategic actions Smile, Promote, Experiment and Survive will serve as research models . The Focus of my research has been same as the Theme of Brundtland Award.
• Health and Sustainable Development
• Sustainable and Equitable Health Systems
• Sustainable Development Challenges in Developing Countries
I assure you that this Platform will result in International Collaboration and we will be able to fight with all the challenges and come up with Sustainable Solutions for the coming Generations.I would like to conclude by Quoting The Brundtland Report 1987 :

“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
- The Brundtland Report 

 

 

REFERENCES

www.thailand-guide.com
(student papers from 17-Aug-2016)
Submitted to University of Wales Swansea on 2016-08-17
(Internet from 17-Nov-2015)
http://mofa.go.ug/files/downloads/Statement%20by%20Prof%20Kamuntu%20Ephraim.pdf
( Papers from 03-Jul-2015)
Submitted to 82561 on 2015-07-03
(Internet from 14-Mar-2014)
http://design490.org/what-is-humanitarian-architecture/?replytocom=52
(Publications)
Nanda, Ved P.. "The journey from the millennium development goals to the sustainable development goals.", Denver Journal of International Law and , Spring 2016 Issue

 

 

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Elie Braks

As an architect I have been always looking for new trends and ideas in architecture, how technology is changing and evolving architecture helping us to see project with a new perspective.

Lebanese
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Andriy Golub

Golub Architects Company and me, as the chief architect, have several focuses: firstly, it is a residential and commercial architecture (individual houses, apartment buildings, offices, cafes, restaurants, etc.); secondly, it is urban design; the third is the design of parks and recreational areas, landscape design. Also, now our company has a number of orders in a new field for us - these are memorial complexes (memorials are devoted to the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine).

Ukrainian
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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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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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