Jury 2020

Walter Angonese Architect,IT‑Kaltern
Walter Angonese

Walter Angonese studied Agricultural Science in Bologna and Architecture in Venice. He worked as an architect and assistant professor for design at the Technical University of Innsbruck and gave lectures at various universities in Europe. In 2002 he founded his own office Walter Angonese Architekt. Since 2011, he is Professor of Architecture at the Accademia di architettura in Mendrisio, Switzerland.


henning larsen architects, DK‑Copenhagen
Louis Becker

Louis Becker has been part of the executive management team of henning larsen architects since 2005 and has cultivated a wide spectrum of international experience, including expertise in cultural and commercial architecture, universities and master planning. In 2008, he was appointed Adjunct Professor at Aalborg University and was re-appointed in 2013 for a 5-year period. Louis Becker is a highly sought public speaker in Denmark and abroad, and he regularly sits on the juries of international competitions.


ester bruzkus architects, DE‑Berlin
Ester Bruzkus

Ester Bruzkuz studied architecture at the TU Berlin and the Ecole d’Architecture in Paris and founded Ester Bruzkus Architekten in Berlin in 2002. From 2007 to 2017, she worked together with Patrick Batek under Bruzkus Batek Architects Partnership. Ester Bruzkus Architekten won varius awards and has extensive experience with design at many scales: from the design of tables and furniture to exquisite residences and workspaces to international theatres, restaurants and hotels.


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HHF Architects, CH‑Basel
Simon Frommenwiler

After receiving his degree in architecture at the ETH Zürich, Simon Frommenwiler has worked as an architect in different offices and on various projects, competitions and exhibitions. In 2003 he founded HHF Architects in Basel together with his partners Tilo Herlach and Simon Hartmann. HHF realize projects in Switzerland, China, Germany France, Mexico and the USA and were honored with various important awards.


Studio Maks, NL‑Rotterdam
Marieke Kums

Marieke Kums studied at the MIT in Boston and at Delft University of Technology from which she received her MSc Arch degree cum laude. Between 2003 and 2005 she worked with OMA / Rem Koolhaas and from 2006 to 2009 with SANAA / Kazuyo Sejima; Ruye Nishizawa in Tokyo, in 2010 she founded Studio Maks in Rotterdam. Marieke Kums has been invited as a visiting lecturer and external critic at various architecture schools and institutions and won numerous international awards.


Riegler Riewe Architekten, AT‑Graz
Roger Riewe

Roger Riewe studied architecture in Aachen and founded Riegler Riewe Architects together with Florian Riegler in Graz and Berlin in 1987. After visiting professorships in Amsterdam, Prague, Barcelona, Venice, Calgary, Houston and Graz, he became Professor and Head of the Institute of Architecture Technology at the TU Graz in 2001. Roger Riewe is a member of the Committee for Competitions and Awards of the Berlin Chamber of Architects.


Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten, DE‑Munich
Amandus Samsøe Sattler

Amandus Samsøe Sattler is an architect and founding partner of Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten, founded in Munich in 1987. Amandus Sattler teaches at national and international universities and is a member of the design advisory board of the city of Wiesbaden and the city of Oldenburg as well as a member of the board of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). In addition, he is a judge in architectural competitions and expert review proceedings.


AIT-Dialog, DE‑Hamburg
Kristina Bacht

Architektur- und Städtebaustudium an der Technische Universität Delft/Niederlande und der Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso/Chile. Diplom (Ir./MSc Arch) 2005. 2009–2013 stellvertre­tende Verlagsleiterin, seit 2013 Verlagsleiterin AIT-Dialog/GKT. Kuratorin und Leiterin der AIT ArchitekturSalons in Hamburg und München.


AIT, DE‑Leinfelden-Echterdingen
Petra Stephan

Petra Stephan absolvierte nach dem Abitur ein Tageszeitungsvolontariat und studierte im Anschluss daran Architektur und Städtebau an der Universität in Stuttgart. Bevor sie 2000 die Ressortleitung der Architekturfachzeitschrift AIT übernahm, arbeitete sie in verschiedenen Büros und selbstständig als freie Architektin. Seit 2013 ist sie Chef­redakteurin der AIT.