Look out for the Mashrabiya-inspired carbon-fibre lattice entry portals designed by Asif Khan!
The Austrian pavilion combines traditional building materials with modern techniques.
The pavilion architecture combines modernity and tradition, inspired by ancestral methods.
The United Kingdom pavilion,titled the “Poem Pavilion”, shifts in motion with promises made by visitors.
A spiralling explosion of colour, Russia’s pavilion defines boundaries of movement and geometry.
The colored photovoltaic tiles and the light display make the Pavilion’s design enjoyable and sustainable.
This pavilion features an integrated exhibition with kinetic flocks of birds floating over visitors’ heads.
The Republic of Korea pavilion explores the role of mobility through the innovative use of rotating cubes.
The Sweden pavilion blends Nordic forest themes with Islamic geometric shapes, showcasing unity.
The net-zero energy pavilion examines the island's journey towards liveability and resilience.
Spain’s pavilion explores everything from historical innovation and adventure to biodiversity.
The birds on the structure represent wings and freedom of movement, reaching parts of space and the world.