Global Future Design Awards 2021 Jury Panelist:
Global Future Design Awards 2020 Jury Panelist:
Assoc. AIA, FRSA, LEED AP BD+C is a practicing designer, researcher, educator, and FAA Certified Remote Pilot who is particularly interested in bringing architectural engagement to diverse audiences through interactive projects. Her experiences in practice and research include design/build projects, public installations, and on-site investigations as well as extensive archival work in several countries. As an avid photographer and illustrator, her work has been recognized in the American Institute of Architects National Photography Competition and she has contributed graphics to several exhibitions and publications. Willkens was the recipient of the Society of Architectural Historians’ (SAH) H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship. Selected design and research projects can be found at archDSW.com and her work has been featured in CRIT, the Journal of Architectural Education, TimeOut London, The Washington Post, EAHN’s Architectural Histories, Dialectic, and the SAH research blog.
School of Architecture
Member of the UT Arlington faculty since 1984. Professional experience with Raimund Abraham, New York and Arquitectonica, Miami. Received UT Arlington’s Distinguished Award for Creativity and Research, 1991, and Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill Educator’s Travelling Fellowship, 1986. Numerous major awards in architectural competitions, including most recently: Honorable Mention, YKKAP Shelter Idea Competition, Tokyo, 1996; Fourth Prize, Minamata Memorial Competition, Minamata, Japan, 1995; First Prizes for the Dallas Police Memorial ,1995, and Chicago Miegs Field, 1994 (with E. Baum); First Prize for Visionary Landscapes competition, 1994; and First Prize in the 1993 Computer Forum competiton of the San Francisco AIA. Honorable Mention in Progressive Architecture Annual International Furniture Competition, 1986; First Prize, Mitsui Home International Residential Competition, 1989; and Third Place in the 1990 Shinkenshiku Residential Design Competition. Work published in Progressive Architecture, Princeton Journal, Japan Architect, Texas Architect, Landscape Architecture, and in The Education of an Architect, Rizzoli.
Professor of the Practice
Brian Bell is co-founder and principal of BLDGS, an architecture and urban design firm located in Atlanta, Georgia (USA). Brian’s interests are focused the nature of architectural experience and the relationships between contemporary buildings and cities – how both can and should be developed together to create rich and complex spatial and social experiences. This interaction extends through most of the office’s work, including projects for cultural/arts institutions and galleries, higher education, corporations and multi-family housing. Brian is also a Professor of the Practice in Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Design where he teaches advanced graduate level design studios. His academic focus has most recently investigated the interaction of private and public space in cities with projects such as a U.S. Consulate for Muharraq, Bahrain, and contemporary models for urban, mixed-use high-density residential housing, transit-oriented development, and new mixed-use office buildings in Atlanta. Brian received a Master of Architecture from Harvard University.
Recent firm awards include a 2017 Architectural League of New York Emerging Voices Award, and both Atlanta AIA and Georgia AIA “Firm-of-the-Year Awards” in 2019 and 2017 respectively.
School of Architecture
Oswald Jenewein is an architectural designer, educator and researcher working on the convergence of architecture and design of built landscapes, geopolitical territories and spatial regimes in context of Ecological Environments. Oswald is an Assistant Professor in Architecture for Ecological Environments and Digital Design at the College of Architecture Planning and Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Arlington where he also founded and directs FUELED – the Future Environments Lab For Ecological Design. He is also a Lecturer of Architecture at the Institute of Design, Department of Spatial Design at the University of Innsbruck and an external thesis reviewer at the University of Tallinn, Estonia. Oswald was a 2019 Marshall Plan Research Fellow working on his recently published paper “The Texas Coast as Geopolitical Territory: Operations and Processes in Coastal Landscapes of Oil.” As part of his pedagogical approach in educating students as responsible, global citizens and critical thinkers, Oswald is serving as International Studies Coordinator and Co-Chair of the Curriculum Committee at the College of Architecture Planning and Public Affairs at UT Arlington. He is also the Second Year Studio Coordinator in the BSc. Program in the School of Architecture at UT Arlington, implementing Digital Methodologies of Design, Representation, and Fabrication. He teaches architecture design studios, and courses in ecological design, visual communication and architectural theory. Over the past years, Oswald won several research grants and exhibited in different venues in the United States and Europe including the Venice Biennale. He has organized lectures, panel discussions, and exhibitions internationally. Recent publications include “Designing towards Ecological Environments. A Modular Approach to Structure a Design” and “The Texas Coast as Geopolitical Territory: Operations and Processes in Coastal Landscapes of Oil” Oswald received his professional master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Kevin Erickson is the founding principal of KNE studio, based in New York City, and an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois, where he is Chair of the Detail + Fabrication Program Area within the School of Architecture. The work of KNE studio is fixated on simple and forward thinking design ideas that create new value on multiple scales. In 2013, KNE studio was invited by actress Bette Midler’s NYRP Foundation to design a boathouse and outdoor classroom in upper Manhattan. In 2012, they won the Warming Huts Design Competition to build a winter pavilion alongside Frank Gehry, and previously received an honorable mention in the Tokyo Fashion Museum on Omotesando Competition, and were a finalist in the urbanSHED International Design Competition. The studio has received an AIANY Design Award, an ACSA Faculty Design Award, and the Next Landmark Award at the 2012 Architecture Biennale in Venice. Recently, Kevin co-curated 5×5: Participatory Provocations, a traveling exhibition featuring work by 25 young American architects and was invited to serve on the Van Alen Institute’s Program Leadership Council.
DAVID M. CHASCO
Professor David M. Chasco, FAIA, is Professor and past Director of the Illinois School of Architecture (2004-2014). Chasco was originally a member and associate with Gunnar Birkerts and Assoc. from 1983-1994, Design Architect with DiClemente Siegel Design/Gunnar Birkerts FAIA from 1997-2002, joined the College of Architecture and Design at Lawrence Technological University (LTU) in 1994, and served as Interim Dean from 2002-2004.
Chasco received his Master of Architecture (1980) and B.S in Architecture (1977) from the Illinois School of Architecture in Urbana-Champaign. He was the recipient of the school’s prestigious Plym Travelling Fellowship in 1992.
Roberto Bucheli is a graduate Core I studio instructor in the School of Architecture where he focuses on teaching digital skills to incoming students. He received a Bachelor of Architecture in his hometown of Quito at Universidad San Francisco in Ecuador and both Master of Architecture and a Master of Science in Digital Design – Fabrication at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Global Future Design Awards 2019 Jury Panelist:
Professor in Urban Design The Bartlett School of Architecture Faculty of the Built Environment
I am an urban planner and urban designer. I am a director at the architecture firm Allies and Morrison and Professor of Urban Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture. I am interested in the strategies and approaches that can be employed to shape cities within the social, economic and political forces that operate.
Dr David Bohua Tann
HEAD OF SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE, COMPUTING AND ENGINEERING (ACE)
David has twenty-six years of teaching, research and management experience in the UK higher education sector, starting as a lecturer, senior lecturer, principal lecturer and then took up academic leadership and managerial positions since 2005. As an academic, he has been actively engaging in curriculum development, validation, accreditation, student experience, international partnerships, student recruitment, external examination and a variety of committee activities. Prior to joining UEL he was the Assistant Dean (International) at the School of Engineering and Computing, University of the West of Scotland, having previously served as Head of Department at London South Bank University and Deputy Head of Department of Engineering at the then University of Glamorgan (now South Wales). He worked at British Coal South Wales and as a Structural Design Engineer in Cardiff for a number of years, structures that he was the main designer for include the Cardiff Copthorne Hotel and SHAW building in Wales. David was one of the youngest university graduates and tutors in China after graduating with a top student of the year award at the age of nineteen and before settling down in the UK.
Architecte DPLG, Docteur de l’Université de Paris 8, HDR rattachée à l’ED TESC
Professeur des ENSA, Toulouse
Principal, Managing Director, Sao Paulo
As a kid, Vidal used to move his bedroom’s furniture around just to observe how it would change his daily routine. During family trips around the world, he would always pay attention to the interaction between people and spaces in different cultures. Born and raised in São Paulo, Vidal embodies the city’s restless personality and is always looking for inspiration in arts and multiple sports.
Associate Professor of Architecture
Professor Marshall Arne joined the faculty at the Hammons School of Architecture full time in 2001. Prior to this, for 18 years in practice, he held design leadership roles with architectural firms in the San Francisco bay area, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Kansas City, Missouri. He continues to practice as principal of Art & Architecture LLC as well as participating in national and international architectural design competitions. In 1993, Professor Arne was awarded the prestigious Plym Traveling Fellowship from the University of Illinois resulting in extended residence in Paris, France studying the dynamic of contemporary modern architecture in the historic urban fabric of this great city. In 2008-9, Professor Arne took sabbatical leave to return to Paris, as well as Barcelona Spain, to investigate the relationship between culture and design as genesis for architectural conceptualization.
Head of the Architectural Lighting Division
Per is an architect and educator as well as Head of the Architectural Lighting Division .Per has been teaching in numerous courses on all levels. 20 years of running his own practice Per has great experience of the profession and is keen on bringing practice, education and research closer together.
Assistant Professor + Director, BFA Graphic Design + BFA Interaction Design
Lilian Crum is a Detroit-based visual artist and designer. She received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and previously received her HBA in Art and Art History from the University of Toronto and Sheridan College.
She is a founder and partner of Unsold Studio, a collaborative art and design studio that focuses on producing work for creative culture and the public good. Clients include Cranbrook Art Museum, Will Leather Goods and Culture Lab Detroit, and the studio is involved in community-development initiatives such as Impact 48 through the AIGA Detroit chapter. The studio has recently exhibited Cornell College in Iowa and Pratt Institute in New York City.
Lilian’s personal work is exhibited nationally and internationally in both solo and group exhibitions. She is represented by Alison Milne Gallery in Toronto, Ontario, the Art Gallery of Ontario Sales Gallery in Toronto, Ontario, and James Robertson Art Consultants in Toronto, Ontario and London, England.
Prof. dr. Jonas Jakaitis
Associate Professor & Head of the Department of Design, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
Jonas Jakaitis is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Design at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University. He holds a PhD in Arts. He is a member of the Lithuanian Association of Architects and the Association of Lithuanian Landscape Architects. Jonas is involved in a range of programmes, projects, commissions and workshops. He is a certified architectural expert, an expert at the Lithuanian Evaluation Centre of the Quality of Studies and a member of the certification commission for architects on behalf of Lithuania’s Ministry of Environment. He is a participant in many international and national conferences and seminars.
Art + Design
Steve Coy received a BFA from the University of Michigan (2001) and an MFA from University of Hawaii (2007). He is currently an assistant professor of Graphic Design at LTU.
Coy works in many mediums ranging from street art, performance, video, installation, new media, design, and photography: often in various combinations. He currently lives and works in Detroit, Michigan. His works have been displayed in Beijing, Sydney, Melbourne, Berlin, Art Basel Miami, Honolulu, and London among other cities.
Teaches as a professor for housing, basics and design in the architecture department. Deputy Chairman of the Architecture Study Commission in university politics.