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Architect: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid Concept of the Estonia Pavilion: “The pavilion comprises three floors of shifting wooden blocks stacked on top of one another as modules – ‘nesting boxes’ which together make up the Estonian gallery. It is filled with swings hanging between the boxes. Visitors can transform the kinetic energy created by themselves into […]

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Architect: Chybík + Kristof Concept of the Czech Republic Pavilion: “…a pavilion on a plot of 1,362 square meters, using Koma modules that provides a system of progressive construction. The challenge of using recyclable materials and the incorporation of the surface water in the structure has resulted in an eye-catching pavilion. On the ground floor […]

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Architect: Tsinghua University, Studio Link-Arc Concept of the China Pavilion: “The project was developed by a consortium created by Tsinghua University and by the Beijing Qingshang Environmental & Architectural Design Institute. The forms of the natural landscape on the one side are transfused and combined with those of a city skyline on the other. Products, rice, […]

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Architect: OUALALOU+CHOI Concept of the Marocco Pavilion: “With its simple yet distinctive theme Morocco’s Pavilion is built around sensorial discovery, food and gastronomy, and represents all the diversity of the Country, showing the richness of its food and Visitors can discover the architectural expression of a trip through Morocco, with all the variety of its “terroirs”, […]

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Architect: Studio X-TU(Anouk Legendre and Nicolas Desmazière), Studio ALN Atelien Architecture (Nicola Martinoli e Luca Varesi) and Studio Adeline Rispal Concept of the France Pavilion: “The building, made mainly of laminated wood, spread over a 3,592 square-meter space, is inspired by the covered market, a symbol of French food  culture. The pavilion takes its inspiration from the […]

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Architect:  Atsushi Kitagawara Concept of the  Japan Pavilion: “Representing the fusion between tradition and modernity, environmental and aesthetic perfection, Japan proposes a pavilion that spreads over an exhibition area of ​​4,170 square meters, with a wide entrance and lengthwise orientation, like one of the traditional houses of Kyoto. In addition to the use of natural […]

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Architect: Studio Arthur casas and Atelier Marko Brajovic Concept of the Brasil Pavilion: “Based on its theme “Feeding the world with solutions,” the Brazilian pavilion uses the metaphor of the network, in terms of flexibility, fluidity and decentralization, showing the relationships and integration of different topics that combined, make it the global leader in food production” – […]