Although, according to Haim Z. Dotan, chief designer, the Israeli Pavilion will ‘look like two clasped hands,’ to me it looks more like a snail, don’t you think? I do, however, appreciate the significance, as it hopes to represents the harmony of earth and sky, humanity and nature, past and future.
Designed by Haim Dotan Architects, the Israeli Pavilion will have three areas: hall of innovations, whispering garden and hall of light. For more info and images, visit DesignBoom.com.
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