Smart and Green Belgium 2050
The Belgium Pavilion will draw on renewable resources to feed its energy needs, smart technologies to feed its plants and the country’s world-class cuisine to feed its guests.
Architect: Assar Architects & Vincent Callebaut Architectures
Sharing Innovative Competences
Finland will showcase its many areas of excellence, from education and sustainable technologies to health and wellbeing, as well as the natural beauty that attracts travellers from around the world.
The pavilion will take visitors to the next level
Showcasing Russia’s extensive knowledge in various fields, the pavilion will take visitors to the next level, where they will be able to experience the possibilities of tomorrow.
Architect: Tchoban SPEECH, Simpateka Entertainment Group
Mobility for the Future
Covered on the outside by a curtain of over 500 woven artificial flowers, the Thailand Pavilion will present the nation’s warm hospitality and its capabilities in digital innovation and technology.
Architect: Index Creative Village
Titled ‘Light, Lights’, the pavilion’s theme explores light as an enabler of progress, a vehicle for connections and a source of heat and creativity.
Architect: Atelier du Prado Architectes and Celnikier & Grabli
Smart Korea, Moving the World to You
The structure will explore the ways that mobility is set to change our lives and will feature the best of Korean art, style and technology. The nation’s modern culture including its world-famous K-pop music will also be shown.
Architect: Mooyuki Architects
Power of five
Native to Turkmenistan and symbolising national pride, horses will play a prominent role in this pavilion experience that promises to immerse the senses.
What Moves You? The Spirit of Mobility
The Hyperloop, which uses vacuum technology to transport passengers at ultra-fast speeds, will be showcased alongside dance, literature, music and gastronomy.
Architect: Curtis W. Fentress
Oman - Opportunities over Time
Reflecting the country’s rich past, five zones within the pavilion will explore how frankincense has been playing an important role in Omani life for over 5,000 years.
Architect: Adi Architecture
Kinetic Flocks of Birds Floating over Visitors’ Heads
The tree-like structure, which references the large-scale migration of birds from Poland to the Arab world, explores the nation’s diverse global connections, as well as its role as a leading producer of goods.
Timeless, Always Peru
A sensory experience through one of the cradles of mankind and one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. The Pavilion features real-time construction of the last Incan bridge and experiential gastronomy with Peruvian superfoods.