Jury for the award in the categories: Realized work and Student work
He is one the most significant Slovenian Architects. He graduated in 1973 from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, under the mentorship of Prof. Edvard Ravnikar. He was the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana,where as a Full Professor he was giving lectures in the fields of Urbanism and Architecture.He won numerous awards: Borba Award, Prešern Award, Award of the Salon of Architecture in Belgrade, Architectural Event of the Year Award (Belgrade, 2011), European Architectural Award in London, Platinum Pencil – the Slovenian Chamber Award of Architecture and Spatial planning.
Idis Turato, Ph.D. Sc, Professor (1965) is a Croatian Architect and Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, and Visiting Professor at the Faculties of Architecture in Belgrade, Ljubljana and Split. In 1992, he opened the Randić-Turato Bureau with Sasa Randić, and 2009 he founded an Independent Office – the Architectural Bureau Turato. He won numerous awards; In 2005 he won the Piranesi Award for the project of the Fran Krsto Frankopan Elementary School. His projects have been nominated for the prestigious European Architecture Award – Mies van der Rohe Award, nine times. He won all the major domestic Architectural Awards: Viktor Kovačić, Drago Galić and Vladimir Nazor. He represented Croatia at the X and XII Venice Biennale of Architecture, with the project In Between 2006. g. and in collaboration with fifteen Croatian Architects 2010 with the Pavilion project. He is part of a team that has developed the concept of the winning Port of Diversity program – Rijeka European Capital of Culture 2020, and is the Presenter of one of the flagships within the Sweet & Salt project. For the last five years, he has been publishing Authorial’s in an intensive weekly continuity, and on his blog, reviews and comments on Spatially inspiring topics.
Boris Koružnjak, B.Sc., MA, Professor (1955) is a Croatian Architect and Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb. He professionally specialized 1989, 1992. and 1993. In Vienna (ILBAU-G.m.bH) and Stuttgart (Laage & Partner Bureau, Behnisch & Partner Bureau). In 1993. he founded the ARK Architectural Bureauwith Gordana Domić.He became an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb in 2007., and was also the Dean from 2011 to 2018. He has exhibited many times at Authorial and Collective Exhibitions, and he also participated in professional and scientific gatherings. Along with Pedagogical work, and Scientific research work, which focuses on researching Housing models for the elderly and Sports Facilities typical models, he is the author and of several award-winning solutions in Architectural Competitions, and Residential, Business, Health, Sports and School Facilities realization.
Jury for the award in the category: Critical-Theoretical text
Nenad Lipovac, Ph.D. in Architecture, Professor (1953) is a Croatian Architect and Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb. He graduated (1978), received his Master’s degree (1994) and his Doctorate (2000) in the Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb. He received Fulbright visiting research award for Postdoctoral research at College of Environmental Design UC Berkley, on which he lectures at newly established elective courses, he was also a Visiting Professor at the Montenegro University (Faculty of Architecture UCG; Faculty of Polytechnic UDG) and in Mexico (Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco; Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla; Anahuac Mayab University; Tecnologico de Monterrey). He is the author of several scientific books and University textbooks. He is a member of the editorial board of two international journals, and has exhibited at more than 30 scientific and professional conferences in Croatia and abroad. For the book English-Croatian professional glossary for Urban planners, Spatial planners, Architects and Landscape Architects in 2015. received the State Science Award in Croatia.
Ljiljana Miletić Abramović, MA (1954) is a Serbian Historian of Architecture and Art, Curator – Museum Advisor of the Department of Architecture and Director of the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade since 2011. Engage with the History of Architecture of the 20th century. As Curator of the Department of Architecture of the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade has been managing the Salon of Architecture since 2002. She is the author of, among others, two Studio Exhibitions: Parallels and Contrasts – Serbian Architecture 1980–2005 (2007) and Identity Mapping – Architecture of Belgrade 1919–2015 (2015) at the Museum of Applied Arts. As President of the Expert Council / Jury, she has participated in the organization of the National Performance of the Republic of Serbia on XIV, XV and XVI Venice Biennale of Architecture. As a Commissioner, She has participated in the organization of the performance of the Republic of Serbia on the Prague Quadrennial 2015 and 2019. She has collaborated on projects in the History of Serbian Architecture XX century at the Art History Institute, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Institute of Architecture and Urbanism of Serbia, Urban Institute of the City of Belgrade. She has participated in International Scientific Conferences and held a number of public lectures in the field of Serbian Architecture of the modern age. She is the author of a number of scientific and professional papers about the History of Architecture in XX century, among others and notable Monographs (in Serbian and English): Architecture of the residence and villa of Belgrade 1830–2000 (Beograd, 2002) and Parallels and Contrasts – Serbian Architecture 1980–2005 (Belgrade, 2007). She is a member of professional associations (Docomomo, ICOM, ULUPUDS). She has won several awards and recognition’s.
Maroje MrduljašM.Sc (1971) is a Croatian Architect,Critic and Curator. He is the author and Editor of several books and publications, among other Lifting the Curtain – Central European Architecture Networks, Transcending Oppositions / Tadao Ando’s Recent Works, Modernism-in-Between, Unfinished Modernizations – Between Utopia and Pragmatism, Design and Independent Culture and Contemporary Croatian Architecture – Reality Testing. He is the Editor-in-chief of the Magazine for Architecture and Culture – Oris. He has been a Curator or a member of the Curatorial teams of several major exhibitions: 1960s in Croatia (Museum of Applied Arts, Zagreb), 3LHD-Interactions (Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb), Lifting the Curtain – Central European Architecture Networks (Venice Biennale of Architecture 2014), Unfinished Modernizations – Between Utopia and Pragmatism (Maribor Art Gallery), Architecture as Landscape (London Festival of Architecture 2010), Balkanology (Swiss Architecture Museum Basel, Architekturzentrum Wien), Continuity of Modernity (Architektur im Ringturm Wien) and others. He is the co-author of two seasons of the documentary television series Concrete Sleepers (HRT). As a Lecturer and Critic, he has been a guest at Universities abroad, and is an independent Expert, Mies van der Rohe Award – European Union Architecture Awards, and a member of the Expert Committee of the EU Award for Urban public space. He has won four awards Neven Šegvić, Association of Croatian Architects for Critical and Theoretical work (2007, 2012, 2015, 2016).