Andrea D'Antrassi (Italy-China)
Andrey CHERNIKHOV (Russia)
Helle JUUL (Denmark)
Dominique ROUILLARD (France)
Andrew YEOMAN (United Kingdom - Croatia)
George STANISHEV (Bulgaria)
Yuriy LYUBOMIRSKI (Bulgaria)
Nikolai MALAKOV (Bulgaria)
Lora BACHVAROVA (Bulgaria)
(Italy - China)
The born in 1982 in Italy Architect Andrea Antrasi is a registered architect Italy and Switzerland, an associated partner in MAD Architects – Europe.
In 2007 he obtained Master’s Degree in Architecture from Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio, Switzerland. He has solid experience acquired from foreign projects in the USA, Italy, Australia and China, amongst which International Airport Shenzhen Bao'an New Terminal 3, the 5th Avenue Armani New York, a shop in Rome, Masterplan in Savona and others.
With his experience Andrea D’Antrasi adds valuable global vision for MAD Architects – Europe. Since he joined MAD in 2010 he dealt with the residential complex Boncompagni Residential in Rome – Italy, the mountain settlement Huanshan, the center of Nanjing Zendai Himalayas and the last museum of Storyteller Lukas.
He plays a key role in the conceptual competitions for design of MAD. Since 2015 he has been responsible for the office activities in Europe.
Andrey Chernikhov was born in 1948 in Moscow. During the period 1969-1974 he worked as an architect, a senior architect and Manager of the Architectural Team in Mosproekt-1 in Moscow.
He graduated from Moscow Institute of Architecture. He was Chief Architect and Manager of the Architectural Workshop and Chief Engineer of the Institute Hipropro of the Russian Ministry of Construction and Architecture, Director of a studio for architecture and design “Andrey Chernikhov”.
He is a Professor in the International Academy of Architecture (IAA), a full member and First Vice President of the International Academy of Architecture, Branch Moscow (Eurasia), Advisor of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, an honorary member of the Serbian Union of Architects, a member of the Union of Russian Architects, a member of the Union of Russian Designers, a guest professor in Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy), President of the International Foundation “Iakov Chernikhov” (ICIF) (Russia, the USA, Bulgaria).
Helle Juul is a Master in Architecture, Doctor of Science. She is the Chief Executive Officer, a founding partner in Juul Frost Architects, where she is in charge of national and international projects. She teaches and deals with research activities and is a consultant for a lot of the biggest educational institutions in the sphere of urban development and urban space.
The projects related to consultancy services for campuses constitute an important working sphere in her activities. She is responsible for “Urban Space as a Development Strategy”, which developed a new approach to the functions of public spaces as a catalyst for city development, by focusing on transformation and significance as strategic instruments.
Helle Juul emphasizes the fact that urban space should be inclusive, provide social meeting spaces, be a platform for еx-change for a city’s varied population. New urban spaces require new hybrid strategies that correspond to changes in society.
Dominique Rouillard is an architect, Doctor of History of Arts, Professor in Еcole Nationale Superieure d'Architecture Paris-Malaquais, where she manages “Laboratory for Infrastructure Architecture Territoire” (LIAT). She is a Deputy Professor in Master’s Programmes AMUR and Smart Mobility in Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussies and a founder and she is a member of Architecture Action, an office for architecture and urban design in Paris.
She is the author of numerous publications for the history and the genesis of structures and the presentations of the modern and contemporary architecture and the city, connecting the ideas of the site, the monument, the memory and the heritage, the utopia and counter-utopia.
She has a research for the production of projects in the epoch of the post-carbon metropolis and the common spaces of biological diversity and modern interference in the heritage built-up.
(Great Britain - Croatia)
Andrew Yeoman was born in London in 1958. He studied in the University in Westminster and founded Tower 151 Architects. Since 1986 he has been teaching in various universities in Great Britain and as a guest professor in the Royal Academy of Arts in Copenhagen.
He is the bearer of national and international prizes in the sphere of architecture. His articles were published in Europe, Japan and the USA. He was elected in the Board of Experts of the International Academy of Architects in 1997. Guest spokesman in the main debate of the Congress of the International Union of Architects 1996. (Barcelona and Beijing 1998).
Through the creation of an office in Zagreb – Croatia he participates in large-scale programmes in this region and Europe, in the strategic planning in Zagreb, up to the programme for restoration in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is involved in big urban programmes for Copenhagen (Orestaden, 1993 – then the biggest urban programme in Europe), HAAC, Zagreb (urban complex in cooperation with Morphosis) and others.
Prof. Dr. GEORGI STANISHEV
Prof. Georgi Stanishev has a Master’s Degree in Architecture in the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Sofia. During the period 1977- 1982 he made post-graduate research and a thesis in architectural quotations and expressive systems in architecture in Moscow University of Architecture where he obtained the title of Doctor.
Prof. Stanishev is the cо-founder, Vice President and Director of International Foundation Iakov Chernikhov (Russia, the USA, Bulgaria).
In the course of the years he was Editor-in-Chief of Architecture and Society – an international journal for architectural culture. From 1986 to 1994 he was the founder and Secretary General of the International Forum of Young Architects (IFYA). From 1994 he was General Advisor of I.F.Y.A. – Coordination Committee, Sofia. He was a member of the International Committee of Architectural Critics (C.I.C.A.) Paris and a publisher of Concept, forming a column for innovative and experimental architecture of journal World Architecture, London. During the period 1997-2012 he was an independent expert to Foundation Mies Van Der Rohe, Barcelona. Since 2005 he has been Head of Department Theory and History of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Sofia. In 2001 he created PROJECTS GS – a bureau for architectural design, strategic and master planning. He has a multitude of implemented projects in Bulgaria, Russia and Greece. He is the bearer of national prize Building of the Year 2013.
Arch. Yuriy Lyubomirski was born in 1961. During the period 1987 –2000 he was a designer-architect in Territorial Designer’s Organization – Veliko Tarnovo. From 2000 he has been a freelance designer. From 2007 up to now he has been Manager of Lyubomirski EOOD and Manager of V.I.P. Project-1 EOOD.
He graduated with a Master’s Degree from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy - Sofia.
He has dozens of significant designed and implemented projects in the region of Veliko Tarnovo and all over the country in his creative biography. Warehouses, administrative buildings, entertainment complexes, residential buildings, enterprises as, for instance, a workshop for milk-processing in the village of Sokolovo, a multifunctional sports hall to the Secondary School of General Education Emilian Stanev – Veliko Tarnovo, the Premier Hotel – town of Veliko Tarnovo, Logistics Center – town of Ignatievo – the municipality of Varna, a residential complex of the closed type Sunny Home – town of Veliko Tarnovo and a lot of others are amongst them.
Arch. Nikolay Malakov was born in 1971. He has a Master’s Degree from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy - Sofia.
From 2012 he has occupied the position of Chief Architect of the Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo. Prior to that he was Chief Expert in the Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo. He worked as a freelance architect, he was Manager and Coordinator of large-scale projects in the old capital.
He is a member of the team for development of a General Urban Plan of the Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo and of the team for development of a Municipal Plan for Development of Veliko Tarnovo.
He is the bearer of the prize “Architect of 2012” for sub-category “Residential Buildings’ of Newspaper Construction and Properties. He is also the bearer of an international prize of Newspaper Daily Mail for the best project for 2005 and 2006.
Arch. Lora Bachvarova graduated from Varna Free University Chernorizets Hrabar with the specialty of Architecture in 2009 with educational degree of Master and in 2018 she graduated from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy – Sofia with the specialty Management of Projects in Construction also with the degree of Master.
At the moment she occupies the position of Chief Expert Urban Planning to the Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo. She has occupied this position since 2013, and prior to that during the period 2012-2013 she occupied the position of Senior Expert. She laid the start-up of her administrative career in the Municipality of Gorna Oryahovitsa during the period 2010-2012, and prior to that she worked for architectural bureau DZZD (Company under the Obligations and Contracts Act) URBIARH – town of Varna.
She was a part of an international programme for academic mobility implemented in Moscow State University of Architecture (National Research University), Russia. She has a certificate for completed training in Sustainable Development at Local Level in the city of Budapest, Hungary.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION OF THE COMPETITION
23 APRIL – 20 JULY
PROJECT DESIGN TIME
FINAL TIME FOR SUBMITTING PROJECTS
20 - 27 JULY
PREPARATION FOR JURYING COMPETITIVE MATERIALS
27 - 29 JULY
JURY AND DECLARATION OF RESULTS
CERTIFIED ARCHITECTS AND DESIGN TEAMS, WHICH HAVE AT LEAST
ONE CERTIFIED ARCHITECT
AS A MEMBER
BULGARIAN AND ENGLISH
International System of Units (SI)
A TOTAL OF EIGHT PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO THE DESIGNS SELECTED BY THE JURY
I PRIZE – EURO 25,000
II PRIZE – EURO 15,000
III PRIZE – EURO 10,000
FIVE PREMIUMS OF EURO 5,000 will be awarded to
designs selected by the jury.
LANGUAGE AND METRIC