Jury

The Coliving Awards are judged by an esteemed panel of industry leaders, creatives, influencers and experts in the shared living sector.
Discover the 2021 winners
JURY

Introducing the
2021 Coliving Awards Jury

Lead Judge of
Building & Architecture

Matthias Hollwich

Founder at HWKN
Co-Founder at Architizer
Lead Judge of
Interior & Furniture Design

Piotr Kalinowski

CEO & Creative Director at MIXD
MIXD
Lead Judge of
Branding & Marketing

Barbara Iwanicka

Design Director at Frame
Frame
Lead Judge of
Community & User Experience

Gui Perdrix

Director of Co-Liv
Founder of Art of Co
Lead Judge of
Impact & Sustainability

Matt Lesniak

Co-Founder at Conscious Coliving
Co-Founder & Managing Partner at Coliving Ventures
Lead Judge of
PropTech & ConTech

Christian Schmitz

Global Shared Living and Work Space Lead at SALTO Systems
Head of Tech at Co-Liv
Lead Judge of
Best Blended Living Project

Eveline Zoutewelle

Head of Marketing & Communication at The Class Foundation
Lead Judge of
Best Coliving Operator of The Year

Claire Flurin

Co-Founder at Co-Liv
Head of R&D at Keys AM
Lead Judge of
Best Thought Leadership Piece

Connor Moore

Head of Content at Co-Liv
Associate at Nomos Group
Lead Judge of
Best Initiative Fostering Coliving

Richard Lustigman

Co-Founder at Manner
Manner
Lead Judge of
Academia (Students & PhDs)

Virginia Scapinelli

Head of Marketing & Sales at UpFactor
Head of Impact at Co-Liv
About Votes

A fair and transparent voting system by category lead judge, jury panel and audience

Lead Judge

Coliving Awards invites the most prominent and talented industry experts to collaborate as jury members. Each category has an assigned lead judge chosen by his/her expertise in the field. The vote of the lead judge accounts for 35%.

Jury Panel

A diverse group of industry professionals are contributing their vote for each of the categories. Next to the lead judge vote, the jury in its entirety understands the relevance of the nominated project within the coliving scene in a broader context.

Audience

Coliving is most certainly an industry that has people at its core. Development and innovation is steered by the needs of future citizens, and that is why we open a percentage of the voting power to the broader audience. The polls are public during the process.