The professional international jury of the second edition of the Brussels Architecture Prize consists of renowned foreign architects and key figures from the international world of architecture with a connection to (or love for) Brussels. The jury makes the selections in two stages:

  • The jury first makes the preselection and then reduces the number of submissions to maximum six nominated projects per category, except for the Lifetime Achievement Award. The latter is proposed by the scientific committee.
  • The jury then selects the four winners from among the nominees, after a visit in the presence of the architects.

Scientific committee

The jury is elected by the scientific committee, which consists of the following persons:

  • Kristiaan Borret (Bouwmeester/ Maître Architecte, Brussels Capital-Region),
  • Yves Schoonjans (Dean of Architecture department, Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Sint-Lucas, KU Leuven)
  • Audrey Contesse (Director of the ICA, Institut Culturel d’Architecture Wallonie-Bruxelles),
  • Nikolaus Hirsch (Artistic director of the CIVA – Architecture, Paysage, Urbanisme Bruxelles),
  • Marcelle Rabinowicz (Dean of the Architecture Faculty, ULB La Cambre-Horta),
  • Typhaine Moogin (Cellule Architecture – Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles).
  • Bety Waknine and Guy Condé-Reis (Urban.Brussels)
  • Lara Molino and Lisa De Visscher (A+ Architecture in Belgium)