Honorary Committee

Τhe members of the honorary committee will officially comment on the final results of the competition if wishing, immediately after they are announced to the public.

Richard England

Richard England Portrait

Malta born architect, worked as student-architect with Gio Ponti.  He is also a poet, sculptor, photographer and artist and author of several books on art and architecture.  Six monographs have been published on his work. He holds professorships at universities in the U.S.A, U.K. and Europe.  He is Vice-President of the International Academy of Architecture, an Officer of the Order of Merit of Malta and an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a recipient of numerous International Prizes including the 2000 Belgrade Architectural Triennial Gold Medal, the C.I.C.A. Silver Medal and 2006 IAA Grand Prix.

Visiting professor – www.richardengland.com – Malta


Dimitris Fatouros


dfatouros@tee.gr, Athens


Mario Pisani

Mario Pisani

Mario Pisani (Rome 1947) architect, historian and critic, Professor at the Faculty of Architecture “Luigi Vanvitelli,” Aversa, at the IAA International Academy of Architecture in Sofia, Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Msida, Malta. Academy of Fine Arts in Hangzhou, China. He holds lectures, seminars and conferences in many foreign universities (Amman, Paris, La Valletta, Iasi, Malaga) and Italian (Milan, Florence, Perugia, Rome, Naples, Salerno, Reggio Calabria, Palermo). He has collaborated with the CNR and the Venice Biennale. He is been a member of juries in national and international competitions. Editor of the quarterly Living Earth, his essays have appeared in Palladio, L’Arca, Domus, Controspazio, L’Industria delle Costruzioni, Eupalino, Materia, Demetra, Art Forum of New York and Artics of Barcelona. Updated the item The city and architecture Encyclopaedia of Art in the volume dedicated to the Postmodern. He is the author of over 20 books and more than one hundred fifty essays. He received the First Prize in the National Competition for the expansion of the Cemetery of Terni (1986, in progress) to Piazza Pagano to Potenza (1987), Piazza Annunziata in Acri (Cs) (2001/2003), Piazza Giustino Fortunato Rionero in Vulture (2009) (Pz). He has organized the exhibition Italy Now Architecture in Italy 2000-2010 presented in Tokyo (September 2011), Novi Sad (December 2011), in Toronto and Vancouver (March 2012).

info@mariopisani.it – www.mariopisani.it, Roma


Karin Merete Skousbøll


Architect M.A.A., Associate professor at Royal Academy of fine Arts, School of Architecture, Design and Conservation

Diploma from School of Architecture, Cph + Post-Doc, Paris.

International projects in USA, France and Greece and Italy.
In DK: Cph. County, Ministry of Environment, Housing and Building assoc.
1992-96 chairman of the advisory board for the Oerestad planning.

Assistant professor since 1970 at School of Architecture CPH. Leader of inst.3D 1987-97, Vice dean of the School 1993-96 and now with Dep. 8: Architecture, Experiment and Technology. Guest-professor at Universities in USA and Sweden.

Lectures, papers and courses in DK and abroad. Guide for study- & post-educational tours in Europe, USA and Asia.

Research of contemporary architecture and urban planning in France, Greece and Nordic countries, urban re-conversion in Europe and ‘Architecture, Body and Space’.

Partner I Studio 90 drawing office 1973-87, consulting office since 1988.
Member Art Council, Royal Academy, Danish Cultural Institute and Architects’ Union’s admission board a.o.

karin.skousboll@kadk.dk – www.kadk.dk, Paris