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  • Italian Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai Project by Dodi Moss and Edoardo Tresoldi

    Italian Pavilion of Expo 2020 Dubai Project by Dodi Moss and Edoardo Tresoldi

    Dodi Moss and Edoardo Tresoldi have won the third place at the competition organized by Invitalia for the italian pavilion at Expo 2020. The pavilion is centered around the theme “Beauty unites people” and features an emotional path through a layering of transparent, material and vegetable elements.Take a look at the complete project after the […] More


    Designed by Biber Architects the now open building of US PAVILION at EXPO 2015 in Milan has an airy feel with a mobile vertical farm that runs the length of the 35,000-square-foot pavilion. In addition a boardwalk is made of recycled lumber from Coney Island and a roof covered in Smart Glass panels. Within the […] More

  • Studio Daniel Libeskind Pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan

    The world renowned architect and his team at Studio Daniel Libeskind have create the impress VANKE Pavilion for Expo 2015 in Milan (Italy). The twelve meter high bulidng is taking gross area of 740 square meters, in addition to the 130 square meter terrace. RELATED: Find More EXPO Pavilions on ARCHISCENE The corporate pavilion for […] More

  • Discover China Pavilion at EXPO Milano by Studio Link-Arc

    EXPO Milano 2015 has opened its doors over the weekend, the first pavilion we get to see the closer look of is the China Pavilion. In charge of the design was Yichen Lu the principal of New York based architecture Studio Link-Arc who collaborated with Tsinghua University is Beijing. Yichen Lu has previously worked for […] More

  • Milan Expo 2015: Latvian Pavilion Proposal by United Riga Architects

    United Riga Architects' have designed a proposal for the Latvian Pavilion EXPO 2015 to be held in Milan. The pavilion offers an open space towards the world where, like apiary ecosystem, people have an opportunity for effective and natural cultural exchange, socializing and cognition of Latvian values. More

  • Milan Expo 2015: Austrian Pavilion by terrain: architecture

    Around 20 million guests are expected to visit the world exposition in Milan in 2015. The design of the Austrian pavilion was selected on the basis of an EU-wide competition. The idea put forward by team.breathe.austria highlights the ecological and technical competence of AustriaEcology and innovation at the Austrian Pavilion. More

  • China Pavilion Expo 215 by Tsinghua University and Studio Link-Arc

    Rejecting the typical notion of a pavilion as an object in a plaza, Tsinghua University and Studio Link-Arc ’s winning proposal for the China Pavilion is conceived as a field of spaces. Designed as a cloud floating over a “field of hope”, this roof creates a sheltered public space that incorporates the building’s exhibition program and […] More

  • Lithuanian Pavilion EXPO 2015 by Vilniaus Architektūros Studija

    Vilniaus Architektūros Studija share with us their design for the Lithuanian Pavilion EXPO 2015 named Growin’ Lithuania. The competition project for the Lithuanian pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015 has been designed to express the Lithuanian approach to the EXPO theme “feeding the planet, energy for life”. More

  • Foster + Partners Reveals Designs for United Arab Emirates Pavilion at Milan Expo

    World renowned Foster + Partners studio reveals design for United Arab Emirates pavilion at Milan Expo 2015. Bringing the planning principles of the traditional desert city to Milan, the pavilion’s interior of self-shaded streets evokes the experience of the UAE’s ancient communities, while demonstrating the natural energy efficiency of their compact urban form. More

  • Austrian Pavilion EXPO 2015 by Paolo Venturella Architecture

    Paolo Venturella 's practice has designed a proposal for the Austrian Pavilion EXPO 2015 to be held in Milan. The main concept of the pavillion is to create two different yet related spaces. One for the exhibition and another one for a massive greenhouse. Their connection actually allows the visitors to walk in a unique single […] More

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