October 7, 2014

MPavillion, designed by internationally acclaimed architect Sean Godsell, launches in Melbourne

On Monday 6 October, the inaugural MPavilion was unveiled in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens. It is the first in a major new series of annual architecture commissions led by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation. Free to the public, it will be presented from 7 October 2014 to 1 February 2015.

This MPavilion was designed by architect Sean Godsell who recently won the International Architecture Award of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum and the National Award for Public Architecture at the AIA Awards 2014.

The public program includes talks, workshops, music events, film screenings, walking and bike tours, art interventions and dance performances, staged as part of the Melbourne Festival.

Upon the conclusion of its public display, the MPavilion will be presented to the City of Melbourne, creating a legacy of contemporary architecture.

A full program and more information on the project can be viewed here.

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