The temporary architecture pavilion designed by Sean Godsell Architects was the inaugural in the annual MPavilion series initiated by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation and is one of six finalists in the Temporary Spaces category of the annual World Architecture News (WAN) Awards. The finalist announcement comes days after the 2014 MPavilion was awarded an Australian Institute of Architects’ 2015 Award Victorian Architecture Award in the Small Project category. MPavilion was erected in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens from October 2014 until February 2015 and populated by a free program of more than 300 events that attracted 64,000 people. The 2014 MPavilion was marked by its dynamic, changeable design, featuring a series automated panels that would unfold to control and accentuate light and shade, echoing the way plants respond to the sun. The WAN

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