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2020-2022 Cycle : Master Jury

Nada Al Hassan

Nada Al Hassan is an architect specializing in the conservation of architectural and urban heritage.read more

Amale Andraos

Amale Andraos, the Dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, is committed to design research that has focused on climate change and its impact on architecture as well as on the question of representation in the age of global practice. Her publications include: We’ll Get There When We Cross That Bridge (Monacelli Press, 2017); The Arab City: Architecture and Representation (Columbia Books on Architecture and the City, 2015) co-edited with Nora Akawi; 49 Cities (Inventory Press, 2015); and Above the Pavement, the Farm! (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010) in collaboration with Dan Wood.read more

Kader Attia

Kader Attia is an artist who explores the wide-ranging effects of western cultural hegemony and colonialism. Central to his inquiry are the concepts of injury and repair, which he uses to connect diverse bodies of knowledge, including architecture, music, psychoanalysis, medical science, and traditional healing and spiritual beliefs.read more

Kazi Khaleed Ashraf

Kazi Khaleed Ashraf is the director-general of Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Bengal Institute focuses on challenges of the contemporary city, and the organization of land, water and settlements, in the critical ecological dynamics of a terraqueous landscape.read more

Sibel Bozdoğan

Sibel Bozdoğan is Visiting Professor of Modern Architecture and Urbanism, Department of the History of Art and Architecture at Boston Universityread more

Lina Ghotmeh

Lina Ghotmeh is a French-Lebanese architect who leads Lina Ghotmeh – Architecture, an international multidisciplinary practice established in Paris. Echoing Ghotmeh’s lived experience of Beirut – she was born there in 1980 – the office’s work is orchestrated as an “Archeology of the Future”, where every project develops from thorough historical and material research, learning from a vernacular past to build a new “déjà-là”.read more

Francis Kéré

Francis Kéré garnered critical praise at the beginning of his architectural practice when he was awarded the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture for the first building he created: a primary school in his native Gando, Burkina Faso, which he designed, fund-raised and built in collaboration with local residents.

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Anne Lacaton

Anne Lacaton founded the office of Lacaton & Vassal in Bordeaux in 1989 with Jean Philippe Vassal. Their work focuses on generosity of space and economy of means and uses carefully the values of the already there to do more with less. Many projects are hybrids between contemporary building concepts and more diverse techniques.read more

Nader Tehrani

Nader Tehrani is Founding Principal of NADAAA, a practice dedicated to the advancement of design innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and an intensive dialogue with the construction industry. For the past seven years in a row, NADAAA has ranked in the top eleven design firms in Architect magazine’s “Top 50 Firms in the United States”, ranking “first” for three years in a row.read more