A fountain sculpture featuring five Akhal-Teke horses and a 50m LED façade will greet visitors.
Native to Turkmenistan and symbolising national pride, the horses will play a prominent role in a pavilion experience that promises to immerse the senses. 360 degree imagery of five horses will be projected onto the walls, reflecting the movement of people within the pavilion and accompanying visitors through an interactive three-sided hologram.
The journey will guide visitors from a colourful visual show to a space that highlights the nation’s agricultural connections via elements representing wheat, cotton and wind – with a digital ‘crop’ moving and growing as it responds to touch.
The pavilion will also showcase Turkmenistan’s heritage and modern achievements, alongside its spiritual dimensions, development priorities, international ties and progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.