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[In Pictures] Discover the pavilions of the 2020 Universal Exhibition in Dubai

The Universal Exposition 2020 or Expo 2020 will take place in Dubai from October 20, 2020 to April 10, 2021. Focus on the pavilions of a few countries.

The theme for Expo 2020 will be "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future". The country pavilions will be divided into the "Sustainability", "Mobility" or "Opportunity" districts and will have to associate the architecture of their project with them.

 

France:

The Pavilion will aim to reflect "a French way of life, with all that it evokes, from gastronomy to science, fashion and culture" according to architect Jacob Celnikier. Visitors will await their passage inside the building in a 1160 m2 garden planted in four French-style squares.

Pavillion de la France. Source : DR Cofrex
French Pavilion. Source : DR Cofrex

 

Monaco:

Inspired by the ‘Rock of Monaco’, the principality’s mirrored pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will take visitors on a multisensory journey, replicating the sights and smells of the French Riviera.

Pavillon de Monaco
Monaco's Pavilion

 

United Kingdom:  

The "Poem Pavilion" will be the first British pavilion designed by a woman. It will be illuminated by poetic messages generated by artificial intelligence

Pavillon du Royaume Uni
British Pavilion

 

United States:

The United States will showcase innovations in mobility with a design that will project the sensation of movement. Visitors will be able to test a Hyperloop simulation.

 

Pavillon des Etats-Unis
USA's pavilion



Dubai Creek Tower:

Scheduled to be completed for Expo 2020, the Dubai Creek Tower is expected to exceed one kilometre in height at a cost of more than $1 billion.

Dubai Creek Tower
Dubai Creek Tower

 

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