MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design

MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design

MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design

MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design

MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design marks the completion of six remarkable years and is a celebration of what MPavilion has collectively achieved.

Reflecting on the history and legacy of the MPavilion project from 2014 to 2019, MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design captures the remarkable contribution of the first six MPavilion architects as well as the many collaborators who have contributed to MPavilion project so far. Through their help, MPavilion has become a model for promoting architecture, design and urban renewal.

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‘Even with the most modest of architecture projects, you are changing the world.’
Rem Koolhaas, Founder, OMA

Published by Thames & Hudson, the richly detailed monograph comprises a series of six essays and explores how each architect addressed the design of MPavilion, expressed their distinct design philosophy and played a significant role in promoting contemporary architecture and its civic role.

MPavilion: Encounters with Architecture and Design documents each MPavilion’s design and programming, as well as reflecting a broader conversation about innovative public spaces, and the role of design in creating better cities and communities.

MPavilion’s social and cultural impact, its influence on community and role as a cultural laboratory has artfully been presented by the award winning Australian design establishment Studio Ongarato.

In stores and online from 3 August through Thames & Hudson Australia.

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