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José Manuel Pagés Madrigal

The relation between the Architecture and the context.

The relations between land and sea (port-cities and port-regions).

Historical city and its regeneration.

Spanish
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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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Enrico Prandi

Architectural and Urban Design, Architectural Composition, Theory of Architecture

Italian
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Lukáš Konečný

Architectural Visualizations

Slovak
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PAKO RADOVANOVIC

Architecture should be like art . It is beautiful or not, you like it or not. Whit out any explaining why it looks like this , because of the impact on environment or because of some sociological aspects or ...

MACEDONIAN
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MUHAMMAD TARIQ

I am an Architect and a lecturer at CECOS University Peshawar, Pakistan. My Masters in Environmental Design is nearly to complete. I am frequently writing to different magazines & Websites locally like ArchiTimes, Banjaiega, info360 etc on Green & Sustainable Architecure. I am passionate about Climate Change, Energy efficient Architecture, Smart Buildings, Home Automation, Islamic Architecture with emphasis on Mosque Minarets and Mosque Architecture. I have published two conference papers and working on some papers for International Journalsas well. I am also working as a freelance for projects in my region in housing, universities, and recreational.

Pakistani
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Lenka Blechová

Architecture and architectural visualisations

Czech
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Ignacio Fernández Torres

Prof. Architect ETSA Sevilla and TU Wien, partner of ftca architectos & asociados and ftca s.r.o. researcher and Director of ACCA magazine for architectonic graphics. ftca.es

Spain
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Payel Sen Gupta

Founder,
Brittanto Architects

Bangladeshi
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NKUMBUYABERA ESDRAS

My architectural focus is on concept development and choice of materials.

Rwandan
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Vicky Chan

I am the founder of Avoid Obvious Architects. We design happy cities and green buildings. We have won 39 awards in the last 5 years.

USA
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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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Maha Ibrahim

Actually, my architectural focus is on ideas and concepts laying behind the architectural product in any cultural society. I always eager to study the history of architecture from that point of view, other than studying its architectural product from its visual or formal values. I like to know and distinguish the cultural value that moves its architect to choose that way of designing and exclude others. 

That is why, I like to teach history and theories of architecture to make my students learn from others how to be innovative and creative, and be able to distinguish between human values and physical values.

Egyptian
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Giorgi Vardanashvili

As an Architect my architectural focus is sustainable urban development. Being a citizen of Tbilisi, Georgia I have to deal with many different urban issues taking place in my home city. It is a great opportunitie to deal with them in a sustainable way of thinking in order to reshape the city in its best way. Working With A foreign company gives me a lot of opportunities to study internatiuonal cases and implement them into current projects.

Georgian
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Augustine Akoma

An eco-friendly aspects of architecture, an architectural solution which is important from the aspects of preserving the environment and helps fighting abundant carbon dioxide emissions.

Nigerian