Archello Awards · Winners Announced
Archello Awards 2023 · Winners Announced
Archello Awards 2023
Winners Announced
Lukas Rungger, Stephanie Hosein, Sergei Tchoban and Lisa van der Slot named as Archello Awards 2024 jurors

Lukas Rungger, Stephanie Hosein, Sergei Tchoban and Lisa van der Slot named as Archello Awards 2024 jurors

28 Dec 2023  •  Archello Awards  •  By Collin Anderson

Following the success of the first annual Archello Awards, which received over 1,000 project and product entries submitted from 70 countries in 2023, Archello is pleased to announce newly-engaged jurors for the forthcoming Archello Awards 2024 program. Read on to learn more about Lukas Rungger, Stephanie Hosein, Sergei Tchoban and Lisa van der Slot:


photo_credit Alex Filz
Alex Filz

Lukas Rungger is a founder of noa* network of architecture, based in Bolzano, Italy and Berlin, Germany. Lukas graduated in architecture from the Technical University Graz and after additional studies in Brussels, he first worked as an architect with Hans Gangoly in Graz, then with Softroom Architects in London and finally in Milan with Matteo Thun. Lukas has been involved in a wide range of projects in the fields of master planning, housing, hotels and interior architecture of bars and restaurants. He was formerly a member of the RIBA Royal Institute of British Architecture and is now a member of the Architectural Chamber of Bozen/Bolzano. Completed projects by noa* include Hub of Huts and Olympic Spa Hotel, both located in Italy.



Stephanie Hosein is a driven and detail-oriented registered architect and associate at Omar Gandhi Architects in Toronto. Her wide range of project experience in both new construction and adaptive re-use includes commercial, hospitality, residential, offices and higher education. Project credits include leading the firm’s restaurant projects such as Prime Seafood Palace, recipient of the Archello Awards 2023 Café / Restaurant of the Year award.

She is a founding member of Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT), an independent organization dedicated to the promotion of diversity and equality in the profession of architecture. She currently leads the Executive Committee as Chair.  She also volunteers her time mentoring through the OAA internship program and post-secondary institutions. 


photo_credit Jasmin Schuller
Jasmin Schuller

Sergei Tchoban is an internationally active German architect. He is managing partner of TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten and head of its Berlin office. Tchoban studied architecture at the Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg. He has lived in Germany since 1991 and has held German citizenship since 1995. After starting at NPS Nietz - Prasch - Sigl in Hamburg in 1992, Tchoban became managing partner of the architectural office now known as TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten in 1995. In 2009, the Tchoban Foundation was established, which is based in the Museum for Architectural Drawing built for this purpose in 2013. Numerous residential and office buildings, hotels, cultural buildings and revitalisation projects have been created according to his designs and plans, including EDGE Suedkreuz Berlin, Germany's largest office ensemble in sustainable timber hybrid construction, the Berlin Apple store Rosenthaler Strasse, as well as the revitalisation of the Ernst-Reuter-Platz 6 office building and several buildings as part of the master planning for Berlin's Osthafen.

In 2020, Tchoban was president of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators ASAI. His architectural drawings have been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries worldwide and are in the collections of international museums, archives as well as in private collections. In 2018, Sergei Tchoban was awarded the European Prize for Architecture by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design for his lifework. Sergei Tchoban is member of the Bund Deutscher Architektinnen und Architekten BDA (Association of German Architects) and the chambers of architects in Hamburg and Berlin.



Lisa van der Slot is an architect and associate at De Zwarte Hond, a Dutch architecture firm with studios in Groningen, Rotterdam and Keulen, Netherlands. During her career at De Zwarte Hond, Lisa has built up experience in a wide range of projects: urban development visions, regional research, transformation tasks and urban mixed programs. Lisa designs cities and buildings. She has worked on projects such as World Food Campus Ede, De Stadsmaker Stadshagen Zwolle, Hart van de Waalsprong Nijmegen, Het Verdichtingsspel, and SuperHub Meerstad, which was the winner of the Archello Awards 2023 inaugural 'For the Planet Award' honoring sustainable innovation.