British architect Amanda Levete’s latest work in this year’s MPavilion comes to recreate an architectural experience of wondering in a forest. The annual project, which is often called the Australian Serpentine Gallery, opened its second edition in Malbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. Principle of Amanda Levete Architects, Amanda Levete became known for Future Systems which she directed alongside her former husband, the late Jan Kaplický and for winning the competition to design a new entrance and extension for Victoria & Albert Museum. Her language is organic and fluid, features complex curves and sculptural forms, as seen in her buildings and in her furniture, created for Established & Sons. For MPavilion she created a cluster of plant-like structures of which ‘stems’ move in the wind, supporting translucent petals that glow with LED lights.