Every Good Idea Begins with the Right Question
Austria is a nation of reimagining ideas. This is reflected in its decision to use 9,000-year-old soil to build its pavilion, which comprises 47 truncated cones.
Forest of Future Technology
Belarus is exploring the themes of innovation, investment and the individual at its pavilion, which recreates the look and feel of the nation’s primaeval forests.
Architect: NÜSSLI Adunic AG
Monaco 360° - a World of Opportunities
Inspired by the Rock of Monaco, this gem-like, polygonal pavilion will take visitors on a multi-sensory journey through mirrored exhibition spaces, replicating the sights and smells of the French Riviera.
The pavilion architecture combines modernity and tradition
The pavilion architecture combines modernity and tradition with a building that, while being at the forefront of construction techniques, is inspired by ancestral methods using earth, like in some Moroccan villages.
Architect: OUALALOU + CHOI
Building a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind - Innovation and Opportunity
The China Pavilion will be one of the largest at Expo 2020 Dubai. It will symbolise hope and a bright future.
Construction Engineering Design Group Corporation Limited
Beauty Connects People
Celebrating beauty as the connecting element between creativity and knowledge.
Architect: Carlo Ratti, Italo Rota, Matteo Gatto, F & M Engineering
Norway as a world-leading ocean nation
The Norway Pavilion will allow you to explore the deep blue sea and learn about the importance of ocean conservation – all without changing into a wetsuit.
Architect: Rintala Eggertsson Architects, Expomobilia, FiveCurrents
The Sky is the Limit
The pavilion, resembling a huge window opening up from the ground and soaring into the sky, will offer visitors an immersive journey showcasing Saudi Arabia’s transformation.
Architect: Boris Micka Associates
Join. Sync. Act.
Get inspired to put the ‘Join.Sync.Act.’ message into action, and discover the vibrant art, culture and technology of the Far Eastern nation, which will host Expo 2025 in the city of Osaka.
Architect: Yuko Nagayama and NTT Facilities
Discover the nation’s efforts to connect human, natural, technical, industrial and financial resources. Enjoy a slide and a gift shop selling designed products and gifts.
Innovating for a Shared Future
The pavilion will offer an awe-inspiring glimpse into the future, exploring everything from the commercialisation of space to creating exoskeletons for the disabled.
Architect: Es Devlin Studio, Avantgarde, Veretec
Smart Ukraine: Connecting Dots
Smart living, smart thinking and smart feelings will come together at the Ukraine Pavilion, as the nation demonstrates how bright ideas and the latest innovations can help create a better future.