For the 2019 edition of the Multi Comfort Student Contest, the jury was composed of personalities from the world of architecture, Saint-Gobain, but also the city of Milan, which was hosting the final!
Leopoldo Freyrie, Architect, Past President of National Council of Architects
President of the Jury for the International Stage of the Multi Comfort Student Contest 2019. Member of several juries for architectural contests, past president of National Council of Architects and Honorary Member of AIA (American Institute of Architects) with Presidential Medal.
Gabriele Rabaiotti, Councilor for Public Works & Home, Milan’s Municipality
Councilor for Public Works and Home in Milan’s Municipality. Graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and Ph.D in public policy of the territory at the IUAV of Venice.
Corrado Bina, Directeur du Département du Plan de Quartier, Municipalité de Milan
Directeur du Département du Plan de Développement du District de la Mairie de Milan. Il est diplômé en génie civil et a fait des études en gestion de la sécurité sur les chantiers de construction, au Politecnico di Milano.
Marco Sammicheli, Responsible of the International Relations of Triennale Milano
Responsible of International Relations of Triennale Milano. He has held planning, editorial and curatorial roles for multiple institutions, shows and exhibitions of culture, design and media.
Roland Matzig, Architect & Passive House expert
Took part in several editions of the Multi Comfort Student Contest as jury member. He is a freelance architect multiple time awarded for his work on Passive House and Sustainability.
R&D Director Insulation at Saint-Gobain ISOVER with M Sc in Lund Institute of Technology faculty of Civil Engineering/Fire engineering.
International Marketing Director at Saint-Gobain in charge of the Multi Comfort Program. He’s graduated in Engineering and Architecture in the University of Technology in Krakow, Poland.
Stefano Boeri, Architect and Urban Planner, President of Triennale Milano.
Stefano Boeri is an architect (he is the architect of the famous "BOSCO VERTICALE", in Milano) and urban planner. Full Professor at Politecnico in Milan, since 2018 he is President of Triennale Milano. He’s honorable member of the jury.