MAD Travel Fellowship 2012

On May 14, 2012 by Design China

“The MAD Travel Fellowship was launched by MAD Architects in 2009 to provide Mainland Chinese students with the opportunity to travel abroad and research an architectural topic of their choosing. It is only through travel – the visceral experience of walking into a space – that one can begin to understand the full context and meaning of architecture.

This year, 5 students will have the opportunity to travel for 7-10 days in their city or region of choice for independent study. Following their trip, the students will give a public presentation of their experience”. Applications due 30 June. Click for details.

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