The MPavilion 2018, designed by architect Carme Pinós has just opened to the public in the city’s Queen Victoria Gardens. This may be the fifth pavilion commissioned by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, but it is the very first public project realized by Pinós in Australia.
The design, sculptural and light was inspired by origami shapes, explains the architect. This becomes apparent when upon closer inspection, the pavilion’s steel and timber shapes seem to ‘unfold’, forming walls, roofs, canopies and seating for the public.
The structure will now remain open until the 3 February 2019, its launch signaling the beginning of a four-month-long series of events and activities in and around it, featuring 500 Australian and international guests and collaborators.
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