Carme Pinós unveils origami-inspired MPavilion raised up on grass mounds

Latticed timber triangles are raised up over three landscape mounds to form this year’s MPavilion, installed in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens by Barcelona-based office Estudio Carme Pinós.

The studio, led by architect Carme Pinós, becomes the fifth designer of the annual commission, known as Australia’s answer to the Serpentine Pavilion.

The pavilion is described as having “majestic wings inspired by origami”. It comprises a series of triangular forms, framed by steel, and clad top and bottom in slender wooden slats.

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