INTBAU Launches Travel Scholarship

INTBAU is offering its first biennial travel scholarship. The program is made possible by Yiangou Architects.
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INTBAU is currently offering its first travel/study program, thanks to support from Yiangou Architects of Cirencester, UK. Designed to help train the next generation of traditional architects, it is open to full-time architecture students.

Applicants should submit a portfolio of up to 20 images of their work, a short cv and a completed application. Judges will be looking for original research proposals related to one of three themes for INTBAU’s World Congress which is scheduled for November 27-28 at London’s Royal Society of Arts. The themes are contexts, materials and identities.

The recipient will present the findings of the study program at the Congress.

Applications are due by May 31, 2018. For more information, click here or email lauren.banks@intbau.org.

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