Pavilions for the Expo 2020 Dubai
Expo 2020 is hosted by Dubai and opens on October 20. This is a world expo held on a 438-hectare area between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Vice president and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid announced the theme for the Expo 2020, “connecting minds, creating the future”. There are three subthemes of “Opportunity”, “mobility” and “sustainability”; each one of these subthemes has their own pavilions with unique design and architecture.
Expo is organized every 5 years and lasts 6 months which will bring millions to Dubai to share their idea and enjoy others.
Here, we’re going to take a look at some of the best pavilions of Expo 2020.
The design resembles the wings of a falcon, referring to the country’s falconry or their future goals.
The theme for Luxembourg’s pavilion design is Opportunity. It reflects the past, present, and future of the country.
Austria’s pavilion evokes creative solutions. The pavilion is built with 9000 years old soil with an opportunity theme.
The pavilions draw inspiration from the last project of Steven Hawking back in 2015, inviting all people around the world to send a message to extraterrestrial life.
The pavilions comprise a conical structure, showing how our basic needs, food, water, and energy are connected.
In the German pavilion, visitors will discover the place with the help of an intelligent assistant. It’s designed to be a place for knowledge, research, and communication.
Oman’s pavilion is designed to resemble both Islamic and Omani architecture. It has 5 different zones and each one has some information about the pavilion.
The key aspect of the country is reflected in the design of its pavilion.
The ark shape design of the pavilion is due to increased energy production. The pavilion is designed to use renewable energy resources to feed its needs.
Australia’s pavilion is a showcase of their ambition, optimism, and creativity.
The pavilion is a wooden structure symbol of collaboration toward a better future.
China’s pavilion is one of the largest pavilions at Expo 2020 which symbolizes hope and a bright future by integrating china’s traditional cultural elements with modern technology.
Finland’s pavilion resembles an Arabic tent made of snow and tries to bring the country’s culture and elements and integrate it with the culture of the host.
The design resembles the culture, future, and advancements in technologies.
It a curvy and continues structure or as it says, it’s a journey through imagination and thoughts.
Guests are welcome to the huge origami-like structure, the traditional Japanese art. The next EXPO will be held in Japan. So the Japanese did their best to let you know how important it is to them.
Italy’s pavilion consists of 3 overturned halls in the shape of ships. It’s a journey through history to the future, reflecting creativity, innovation, and skills of the country’s companies.
The pavilion is a gem-like structure inspired by “Rock of Monaco” to take visitors through a mirrored space.
The conical shape structure increases the airflow to keep visitors cool and resembles the old Spain environment in the shape of a town square.
The net-zero energy pavilions is a showcase of Singaporean innovation