Tamayouz Award is delighted to announce the shortlist for the Tamayouz International Award 2017 for excellence in architectural urban and landscape graduation projects.
21 entries were selected out of 468 coming from 118 Universities and 42 countries, the selection was made based on the assessment criteria which is looking for "Aspirational and Transformative projects tackling local and global challenges, informed by a holistic understanding of context". The shortlisted entries in Alphabetical order are:
Argentina (Out of 4 entries)
National University of Cordoba: Tomas Pont Apostolo, Stefano Romagnoli and Juan Cruz Serafini
Bangladesh (Out of 5 entries)
University of Asia Pacific: Nishat Tasnim Oyshee
India (Out of 45 entries)
ANNA UNIVERSITY - MEENAKSHI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING: Vignesh Harikrishnan
MAHARAJA SAYAJIRAO UNIVERSITY: Vijul Shah
Savitribai Phule Pune University: Prithviraj Nimbalkar
Rachana Sansad's Academy of Architecture, Mumbai: Jahnavi Thakkar
Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Mumbai: Prachi Metawala
Indonesia (Out of 3 entries)
Parahyangan Catholic University: Nabila Qirala Sukada
Iran (Out of 26 entries)
Tabriz No.1 College: Naser khaneshpour
Japan (Out of 4 entries)
University of Westminster: Esme Rothwell
Jordan (Out of 102 entries)
German Jordanian University: Narmeen Marji
University of Jordan: Mohammad Shqair and Mohammad Allan
Lebanon (Out of 4 entries)
Holy Spirit University of Kaslik: Elie Salameh
MALAYSIA (out of 2 entries)
Universiti Teknologi MARA: Iryady Redzuan Rozaidi
Poland (Out of 5 entries)
Silesian University of Technology: Katarzyna Ponińska
Tunisia (Out of 2 entries)
National school of architecture and urbanism of Tunisia: Ons Ben Ahmed
United Kingdom (Out of 9 entries)
The University of Edinburgh: Neethu Babu Raj
University of Edinburgh: Priscilla Joseph
United States (out of 17 entries)
Southern California Institute of Architecture: Joel Wong and Amanda Gunawan
Harvard Graduate School of Design: Hana Makhamreh and Tatum Lau
Yemen (Out of 22 entries)
Sana'a University: Sarah Ahmad
The Tamayouz International judging panel is meeting on the 3rd of October 2017, Winners will be announced in October.
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students of Architecture, Urban Design, Urban Planning, Architecture Technology and Landscape Design worldwide to submit their Graduation Projects. An independent international jury will review all entries and will select the winners of Tamayouz International Award 2019.
Open to final year students worldwide.
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