Ma Yansong

Ma Yansong is the Principle Architect and Founder of MAD Architects. Through his work, Ma is committed to creating a vision for future city that is inspired by the spiritual and emotional needs of its residents. Over the past 16 years, Ma has gained worldwide attention in the architecture field for his international practices with cultural consciousness. Signature projects include: Absolute Towers, Harbin Opera House, Hutong Bubbles, Chaoyang Park Plaza, Quzhou Sports Park, and Yiwu Grand Theater. In 2014, Ma was selected as the principal designer for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, which made him the first Chinese architect to design an overseas culture landmark. Parallel to his design practice, he also explores the cultural values of cities and architecture through domestic and international solo exhibitions, publications, and art works. Recent exhibitions include: “Mad X”, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (2019); “Tunnel of Light”, Echigo Tsumari Art Field Triennial, Japan (2018). Ma’s works are part of numerous public collections, such as M+ Museum, Hong Kong and Centre Pompidou, Paris. Ma holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Beijing Institute of Civil Engineering and Architecture, and holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Yale University. He has been an adjunct professor at Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Tsinghua University, and the University of Southern California.

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