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Amanda Levete on the technology and concept behind her swaying MPavilion

[PODCAST] Christine Murray interviews Levete and MPavilion patron Naomi Milgrom

AR Editor Christine Murray sat down with Amanda Levete and MPavilion patron Naomi Milgrom at AL_A’s offices in London to discuss this year’s pavilion design, and the ambitious programme which commissions a new architect each year to create an event space for a green space in Melbourne.

The MPavilion is the product of an Anglo-Australian collaboration led by AL_A, working with Arup’s London and Melbourne offices, alongside mouldCAM and Kane Construction. Featuring the latest technology in nautical engineering the MPavilion creates the sensation of a forest canopy in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens.

‘Our MPavilion 2015 is designed to create the sensation of a forest canopy, made up of seemingly fragile, translucent petals supported by impossible slender columns that sway gently in the breeze. Under the canopy, the light will be dappled and dreamy’

MPavilion 2015 by AL_A

MPavilion 2015 by AL_A






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