MAD Architects Travel Fellowship – University of Kentucky College of Design
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MAD Architects Travel Fellowship

This program provides design students an opportunity to travel to China for a sponsored research-based trip, an intimate exploration of MAD’s iconic projects, and a chance to meet and speak with our founding principal partner Ma Yansong.

This year, MAD Travel Fellowship will be open to all international students. We are hoping for your school’s support in spreading the news for this unique educational program. Whether this information can be spread via your newsletter, website, and/or local bulletin board, we hope to extend to every interested design student the opportunity to experience a hands-on, individualized study abroad experience.

Below are links to our travel fellowship from previous years:

MAD website




Founded by Chinese architect Ma Yansong in 2004, MAD is an international design firm known for creating futuristic, organic, technologically-advanced projects which embody a contemporary interpretation of the Eastern affinity for nature. MAD’s core design philosophy endeavors to create a balance between humanity, the city and the environment. MAD is designing signature residential, commercial, mixed-use, museum, theater and urban planning projects around the world, including: the George Lucas Museum of Narrative Arts, Absolute World Residential towers in Toronto and the new Xinhee Design Headquarters in Xiamen. Rooted in user experience-based projects, the firm is a leading voice in new trends, innovations and technology in the design of the built environment. US offices include New York and Los Angeles.

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MAD Architects Travel Fellowship