At this year’s World Architecture Festival, Scott Brownrigg is delighted to announce Director Maurice Rosario will be judging the Future Projects Infrastructure Awards.
The World Architecture Festival is a three-day event for architects and interior design professionals and this year shall be held in Berlin, 15 – 17 November. WAF provides the largest gathering of the global architectural community to meet celebrate learn, exchange and be inspired.
Maurice specialises in the airport sector and has been responsible for a number of complex, high profile airport projects across the world, from inception to completion. Maurice is currently the Project Leader for Istanbul’s New Airport with overall responsibility for the scheme’s design management and architectural design, as well as for the project team and site office. The scheme won the WAF Future Projects - Infrastructure Award in 2016. His other recent work includes Medina Airport in Saudi Arabia, including the new international, domestic and Hajj terminals. Prior to this he completed a number of airport projects including schemes at Cairo Airport, London Gatwick Airport, Vnukovo Airport in Moscow, Antalya Airport and Istanbul Ataturk Airport. He has also completed a variety of award-winning retail and office complexes in Ankara and office developments in Russia, Turkey, Greece and Egypt.