Expo 2020 Dubai will be held from October 2021 to April 2022 and it will showcase amazing pavilionsdesigned by architects from all around the world. Be inspired by these architectural and design masterpieces that will certainly leave all its visitors in awe.
Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion
The Terra Pavilion will certainly make an impact on Expo 2020 Dubai. Designed by the British firm Grimshaw Architects, the pavilion invites visitors to explore humankind’s relationship with nature, the human’s obsession with excessive consumerism, and how we can change our everyday choices to reduce our carbon footprint and environmental impact.
Its exterior and interior design are breathtaking. The roof is a huge canopy covered with 1,055 photovoltaic panels that supply the pavilion with 4GWh of alternative energy per year, enough electricity to charge more than 900,000 mobile phones. In addition, huge “energy trees” shaped like giant flowers rotate throughout the day to track and store sunlight’s energy. This pavilion certainly gives a powerful message and exceptional design to Expo 2020 Dubai.
Designed by Yuko Nagayama, the Japan pavilions symbolizes harmony and diversity and it is a marvelous addition to Expo 2020.
A combination of traditional Arabesque and Asanoha patterns, the Japan Pavilion was inspired by architect Yuko Nagayama’s depiction of connectivity. The pavilion’s incredible architecture revolves around the cultural and technological connection between Japan and the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia Pavilion
Designed by Boris Micka Associates, Saudi Arabia’s pavilion is amongst the largest featured at the Expo 2020 Dubai, second only to that of the United Arab Emirates. With its imposing architecture, it certainly stands out with its unique and creative design.
Imagined as a “window to the future“, this Expo 2020 pavilion, with its now-iconic tilted structure, speaks of the Kingdom’s fast-unfurling progressive vision and a drive towards modernity that still keeps traditions and local heritage close to its heart.
New Zealand Pavilion
Created by Jasmax architects, the Expo 2020 New Zealand Pavilion presents the connection and responsibility between people and nature through its immersive experiences and innovative architectural design.
The exterior design of the building has a life-like quality, appearing to have a pulse and it stands out for its uniqueness and creative architecture.
United Arab Emirates Pavilion
Like a falcon in flight, this pavilion design tells the story of the UAE as a global hub and the vision of a peaceful and progressive society with ambitious plans for the future. This amazing Pavilion shows perfectly the greatness of the Expo 2020 host.
“The falcon design will symbolize how we are connecting the UAE to the minds of the world and how as a global community we can soar to new heights through partnership and cooperation.” By UAE Minister of State and National Media Council Chairman H.E. Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber.
This amazing pavilion will be seen by the roughly 25 million visitors and participants who are expected to visit Expo 2020 Dubai from October 2021 to April 2022.