The Republic of Seychelles is contributing to the International Architecture Exhibition with an architectural exhibit titled 'Between Two Waters.'
The sparsely populated Republic of Seychelles is contributing to the exhibition to showcase its "breathtaking coastlines and rich cultural heritage." The country is a popular tourist location and this architectural exhibition will give the people, the art and the culture of the area a "voice." The exhibit will feature a constructed shelter that takes into account local architectural practices and will also feature posted messages from residents and tourists alike -- people of all ages and of various ethnic backgrounds.
Other projects will also feature in the exhibit, including a home in an idyllic setting surrounded by nature and a villa that overlooks the ocean. The country's involvement in this exhibition is an excellent way for it to ensure that its unique culture is celebrated and thriving.