Milan EXPO 2015 | Pavilion of Brazil – Arthur Casas
Design by Studio Arthur Casas
EXPO 2015 – Pavilion of Brazil by Arthur Casas
Designed by Arthur Casas, the pavilion of Brazil is possibly the most playful one at EXPO 2015.
A huge elastic mesh, suspended over a garden composed of typical Brazilian vegetation, welcomes the visitors and invites kids and teens (as well as some of the bravest adults), to walk on it up to access the pavilion. Flexible and fluid, the mesh is a metaphor for the different elements that, combined with one another, make Brazil a world-leading country for food production.
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A supplier of food and agricultural products that, combined, represent 43% of the overall national export, during the last two decades, Brazil has focused on nanotechnologies, sustainable farming, and bio-energy research and development. The exhibition housed inside the pavilion presents three thematic galleries on technology, culture, and society; which form the overall concept of the Brazilian pavilion at EXPO 2015: “Feeding the World with Solutions”.
Brazil’s participation at the World Exposition is organized by The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) coordinated by an inter-institutional team led by the Ministry of Development, Industry, and Foreign Trade.
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