APR Announced Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2018. The awards are organized by APR- a leading body of architecture press in Global. We are also in partnership with The Interior World, Architecture Design Forum, Design Box, Intech and more – a Global media brand that covers all aspects of the modern creative industries.
The UDAD2018 deliver unprecedented exposure for our finalists and winners. Our reputable judges nominate three finalists within each award category. These finalists are then presented online where design enthusiasts from around the globe vote for their favorites during a highly publicized campaign. The winners of the UDAD2018 Popular Choice Awards are honored alongside a Jury Winner.
Previous Winners in the MSADA 2018 Awards hosted by APR Professional Architects & Students from the world as HKA Associate, Architect Omaima Altaee, Andrea Dal Negro, Albina Davletshina, APOORVA GUPTA, Osama Nasir, Rahul Arora, Faiz Khalid, MONAUWAR HUSSAIN, Tzu-Jung Huang, Chai-Wei Chang, Mu-Hwai liou, Somayeh Ghorbani, SHIN-YU LIN, JAKUB KLIMOWICZ and REGINALD CHIDERA DURU.
Urban Design, Office Building, Pop-Ups & temporary, Sports & Recreation, Transportation, Landscape Design, Residential Interior, Commercial Interior, Corporate Interior, Households, Fashion, Lifestyle and Accessories, Commercial, Cultural, Hospitality, Housing, Residence, Institutional Building, Mixed Use, Product Designs Elements, Art & Craft, Graphic Designer, 3D Design & more.
Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards 2018 program:
Registration Begins. 25th August, 2018
Registration Ends. 31st October, 2018
Submission Deadline 05th November, 2018
Jury Voting- 6 to 15 November, 2018
Winners Announced- 20th November, 2018
Fees:Early Bird Registrations – 25th August to 30th September 2018- Fee: $20
Standard Registration – 1st October to 20th October 2018- Fee: $40
Late Registrations – 21st October to 31st October 2018- Fee: $50
Our Jury Panelist:
HKS Architects Associate Principal, Director of MENA Region.
Ala brings a global perspective to all of his work. His influence can be seen around the world though projects in Kuwait, Syria, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, Bahrain, Qatar, Lebanon and China, as well as several large scale projects in the U.S. After attending college in Egypt, he became fascinated by the pyramids and gained a respect for the architecture in the ancient cities of Mesopotamia and Egypt. Today, he believes a successful project is one that is impacted by local context and heritage. By keeping this in mind, Ala is determined to continuously learn about a client’s business and how architecture can help them achieve their goals. “The possibilities are endless; there is always something new to learn,” he said.
Dr. Aksamija is a building scientist and architectural technologist, with an extensive professional experience in complex building design, including healthcare facilities. Her interdisciplinary research approach spans architecture, engineering, material and computer science. Her research expertise includes building science and sustainability, high-performance buildings, emerging building technologies, digital design, and innovations in architecture.
Reader, School of Architecture Faculty of Architecture and Design Victoria University of Wellington
Daniel Brown holds the interdisciplinary chair Professor of Design Studio in the School of Architecture. During his 14-year professional architecture career, Daniel was Vice-President from 1990-96 of one of the most prominent architecture design firms in New York, Emilio Ambasz and Associates (EAA). Emilio Ambasz was Curator of Design at the Museum of Modern Art and two-term President of the Architectural League. EAA explicitly challenged the boundaries of architecture, producing highly innovative and provocative new solutions for design that have won innumerable awards. The firm is best known for the award-winning Casa de Retiro Espiritual in Cordoba, Spain, which has been extensively published and exhibited twice at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The architecture projects designed during Daniel’s seven-year tenure at EAA have been published in 12 books (including eight monographs) and over 200 international journal articles, and they have won seven international awards. Prior to EAA, Daniel worked for Brown Daltas and Partners in Rome, Harry Seidler and Associates in Sydney, and Richard Meier and Partners in New York.
Director, Architecture Program College of Architecture and Environmental Design Kent State University.
The Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Ivan Bernal has been appointed the new Director of Architecture programs. Professor Bernal, currently a Guest Curator at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles, comes to the CAED from Syracuse University where he served as Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture. Before joining Syracuse, he served as full-time faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) where he also completed his Master of Architecture degree with honors and won the highly competitive Best Thesis Prize.
Associate Professor and City Lab-Sarasota Program Director School of Architecture
Professor Gold has over twenty-five years of engagement in architectural design, teaching and research with a focus on the interrelationships among architecture, ecology, culture and resource stewardship at urban and residential scales. He is a member of the Doctoral Research Faculty and supervises Ph.D. and Master of Architecture students in addition to leading design studios and lecture courses in the graduate program at the University of Florida (UF). His work explores design opportunities for sustainable living in coastal communities underpinned by the critical need for integrating resiliency, mobility, and sustainability toward emergent urban forms. Gold served as the Director of the UF School of Architecture from 2008 to 2014.
Director, UF Center for Hydro-generated Urbanism UF|CHU Program Coordinator, UF Global Lab
Associate Professor, School of Architecture
College of Design Construction and Planning, University of Florida
Nancy Clark is Director of the UF Center for Hydro-generated Urbanism (UF|CHU), an international initiative promoting prospective studies of adaptation, resiliency, environmental justice and asset preservation of waterway cities. Her interdisciplinary and collaborative project-based research in urban resilience and development for coastal and fluvial cities has been recognized internationally through exhibitions, awards and lectures presented globally including Mexico, Brazil, Italy, South Africa, France, Colombia, and the US. She is editor of Urban Waterways: Evolving Paradigms for Hydro-Based Urbanisms, a UNESCO series publication investigating the environmental, cultural, and economic future of cities on the water in the 21st century. Clark currently serves as Research Chair for “Keeping Current: A Sea Level Rise Challenge for Greater Miami” a project initiated by the Van Alen Institute and sponsored by the Rockefeller, Knight and Miami Foundations to enhance resiliency in the greater Miami area and create visionary and implementable designs addressing sea level rise in South Florida. She is Director of the Sustainable Settlements, Water Management and Renewable Energy Design Lab and Project Leadership Team Member for Puerto Rico Re_Start International Research Project and Workshops an ongoing initiative that focuses on the preservation of natural resources and reconsideration of existing settlement paradigms toward a more prosperous and sustainable future for Puerto Rico investigated through interdisciplinary inter-institutional collaborations. Clark was a scientific committee member for the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) 18th National Conference and Global Forum on Science Policy and the Environment and served as Chair of the NCSE Global Forum Symposium “Designing Urban Resilience beyond the Science: The Project of the Future”. She was Chief Curator and contributor to Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future, an exhibition at the Miami Center for Architecture and Design based upon ongoing research projects by members of the CHU who are studying the history and future of Florida’s water -based settlements and hydro-environments within the broader context of new paradigms for the evolution of water based communities.
Per Franson has a Honors degree from Parsons School of Design in New York. After 4 years, he moved home to Sweden again and took his Master of Architecture at the Royal Institute of Fine Arts in 1998. Together with Mattias Wreland, he started the design agency Franson Wreland, who has made many exciting projects since then.
University of Moratuwa Katubedda
Narein Perera runs a small practice, which prides itself in the degree of innovation and holistic applicability of its architectural solutions. Each project is approached as a specific set of social, climatic, contextual and technological nuances that create the basis for a unique outcome. ‘Place making’ is emphasised with a conscious and meticulous exploration of materials and texture.
Architecture really is a multi-headed beast,” states Sven, and he means that in a good way.”It’s why I went into the field. I like that each project has untapped potential.But I did not anticipate that I would be working on so many different types and scales of projects, which I really enjoy.” As senior designer in the Washington, DC Workplace Studio, Sven has contributed to a variety ofmixed-use, commercial and institutional projects from DC to India. Perhaps endless untappedpotential is what draws Sven to music, too. He plays and listens to music as a creative outlet and,if not for architecture, would have pursued a career in sound design. He even has a desire to master the oud,an obscure pear-shaped stringed instrument with origins in the Mideast and North Africa.Other cultures clearly pique his interest: If he could go anywhere in the world,”I would take a private train across China with my family, with tours, hiking, and feasting along the way.
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Michael Budig is Assistant Professor in Architecture and Sustainable Design at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). Before joining SUTD he was a senior researcher at the Singapore ETH Centre’s Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) from 2011 to 2014 and was leading a Singapore based research team for Gramazio & Kohler’s professorship for Architecture and Digital Fabrication (ETH Zurich). The project included PhD research, industry collaborations and design studios for Masters in Architecture students from ETH Zurich and NUS Singapore.
Cornell University United States
Rubén Alcolea is involved both in academic and professional practice.He has been teaching in the School of Architecture at LaUniversidad de Navarra–Pamplona, Spain, since 2000, where hewas vice dean for research and academic programs from 2009 to 2015.
The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Professor and Chairman of the department. Architecte D.P.L.G., UP6. Professor of Architecture, History, Theory and Criticism.
Ecole Nationale Supérieure D’Architecture de Toulouse · Laboratoire de Recherche en Architecture.
Nathalie Tornay currently works at the Laboratoire de Recherche en Architecture, Ecole Nationale Supérieure D’Architecture de Toulouse. Nathalie does research in Communication Design. Their current project is ‘MultipliCités’.
Mariam Jamaludin is an Associate Professor at Facultyof Architecture, Planning and Surveying.Her area of interest is Sustainable Architecture, Universal Design andTourism Architecture. She studied environmental Planning for her masterdegree and obtained her doctoral inSustainable Architecture from theManchester Victoria University, United Kingdom, in 2004.
Ph.D, Cornell University, Dept. of City and Regional Planning Landscape Planning and Design, Sustainable Planning and Design, Behaviour Research for the Experience Industry and the Tourism Industry, Consumption Research for the Experience Industry and the Tourism Industry, Quantitative Analyses.
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How will my entry be judged?.. The Urban Design & Architecture Design Awards will be judged by two stellar panels: one for design, the other for architecture. Each of the panels will be compiled of industry experts who will use their insight and experience to deliberate the results.
The DESIGN panel will be looking for: fresh thinking and originality, beautiful execution, great storytelling, work that pushes and progresses the client brief beyond expectations, work which emotionally connects with its people.
The ARCHITECTURE panel will be hoping to see: work that is programmatically, formally and spatially rich, design that pushes boundaries, projects that address issues of sustainability a people focused, client driven approach.
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