The International Jury, consisting of distinguished professionals in the field of architecture and design, is composed as follows:

Louisa Hutton

Louisa Hutton studied at the University of Bristol where she received First Class honours, and the Architectural Association in London, following which she worked with Alison + Peter Smithson in London for four years.
In 1989 Louisa founded her practice together with Matthias Sauerbruch in London, which, based in Berlin since 1993, now employs some 100 people. The practice has received numerous international awards. Having established, already 3 decades ago, a reputation for their serious engagement with issues of sustainability, Sauerbruch Hutton are well-known for their work that is continually evolving in response to the increasing demands of climate change.
Louisa taught at the Architectural Association and was a visiting professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design as well as the University of Virginia in Pennsylvania. Louisa was a member of the Curatorial Board of the Schelling Architecture Foundation, and was a Commissioner at CABE as well as a member of the first Steering Committee for Germany’s Bundesstiftung Baukultur. She is an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. In 2014 Louisa was elected to become a Royal Academician, in 2015 she was awarded an OBE.

Louisa has participated in the following architectural juries over the past 5 years:

New Heart on the Block, Düsseldorf
Pina Bausch Centre, Wuppertal
Muslim Academy, Heidelberg

Layer 2.0, Tel Aviv

German Academy, New York
BIS Bank, Basel
Raspberry Palace, Erlangen

Jury DETAIL Prize

The House of Statistics, Berlin
Site 84, Hamburg
House of Knowledge, Bochum

Domitilla Dardi

Independent design historian and curator.
She is co-founder in 2019 and curator of the designer design fair EDIT Napoli, now in its sixth edition. From 2007 to 2023 she was curator for design at the MAXXI museum in Rome. Lecturer in three-year courses and Masters at the IED in Rome since 2007, she taught from 2003 to 2007 at the Faculty of Architecture of Ascoli Piceno, as well as having been a visiting professor in various institutions, including the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, the Abadir Academy in Catania and the MADE Program in Syracuse. In 2016 and 2017 he curated the Object section of Miart, the international contemporary art fair in Milan. She writes for various sector magazines, is a member of the scientific committee and collaborator of INTERNI, and is the author of more than thirty monographs and essays, including the bestseller Manual of Design History (Silvana editorial, 2019); his latest books are Playgrounding (Corraini, 2022), Herbaria (24Ore Cultura, 2022) and Bestiaria (24Ore Cultura, 2023).

Luca Molinari

Architect, critic, curator, full professor of Architectural Theory and Design at the University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli."
Editorial director of the magazine Platform Architecture and Design, he collaborates as an independent author with newspapers and Italian and foreign periodicals, including Corriere della Sera, La Stampa, L'Espresso, Domani, Domus, Lotus.
From 1995 to 2019 he was editorial director of the Architecture and Design section for the publisher Skira. He collaborated for Architecture and special projects with the Marsilio Group. In October 2020 he was appointed scientific director of the M9 Museum of Mestre for the three-year period 2020-23.
He received the Ernesto Nathan Rogers Award for architectural criticism and communication as part of the 10th Exhibition Architecture International - The Venice Biennale and the UIA Jean Tschumi Prize for Architecture Criticism.
In 2010 he curated “AILATI” for the Italian Pavilion within the XII International Architecture Exhibition of the Biennale from Venice.
In 2014 he founded his own studio Luca Molinari Studio in Milan, which creates and provides integrated curation services, consultancy and project management in the field of architecture and museum management.
Among his latest publications: The wonder belongs to everyone (Einaudi, 2023) Dismeasure. Theory and project in architecture Italian (Skira, 2019) and Le case che sono (Nottetempo, 2016 and 2020). He edited some podcasts for Rai Radio 3 (La Meraviglia, Nove Stanze)
Among the latest curatorial projects: Pedrali60. We design a better future (Mornico al Serio, Bergamo, 2023); The new Together. Casa Platform 2023 (Scuola Grande della Misericordia, Venice, 2023); Bergamo '23. Visions for a present future(Palazzo della Libertà, Bergamo 2023); The Ducal Palace of Urbino. The fragments and the whole (National Gallery of the Marche, Urbino 2023); City of God. City of men, (National Gallery of the Marche – Ducal Palace of Urbino, 2021/2022); Modern Desire. Photography and popular imagination, land of Bari 1945-2021 (BiArch 2021, Bari); Wunderkammer LAND(Milan, 2021); Career manifesto, (ADI Museum, 2021); Est. Italian stories of travels, cities, and architectures, (Cini Foundation, Venice, 2021); Foresta M9, (M9 Museo del '900, Venezia Mestre, 2021); coordinator architecture for ADI Design Museum (Milan, 2019); The Master of the Net Garden (Suzhou, 2019); The far / or / other,(Istanbul, 2019); Divine Section. Italian architecture for the Divine Comedy (Reggia di Caserta, 2018); scientific curatorship for the new Istanbul City History Museum (Istanbul, 2016 - 2019); scientific coordination of the nine exhibitions Cluster, Expo Milan 2015.

Steven Clem

FAIA, ASID, IIDA is a principal with TVS where he has practiced architecture and interior design since 1978. He has the remarkable ability to help people imagine more, deliver bold ideas and masterfully design them to the smallest detail. His vision, creativity, and leadership have produced beautifully crafted environments that create exceptional experiences across a wide spectrum of project types – from high profile branded showrooms, offices, and building lobbies to international headquarters, performing arts centers and world class aquariums. Clem’s designs reflect his innate ability to employ imaginative, innovative solutions in the simplest and most elegant forms resulting in more than 120 design awards. He has mentored many young interior designers and architects to achieve their own success and is recognized as a thought leader in the design industry.
Steve holds the honor of being the 2017 ASID Designer of Distinction, the premier award for personal achievement and social consciousness in the interior design profession. In 2014, Steve was named a Fellow by the American Institute of Architects.

Master of Architecture, University of Illinois, 1978
San Francisco Center for Architecture and Urban Studies, 1977
Bachelor of Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1976

Emilio Mussini

Vice Chairman Confindustria Ceramica, Chairman Confindustria Ceramica Promotional Activities and Exhibitions Commission, Chairman PanariaGroup Industrie Ceramiche.