The 2015 Milan UAE Pavilion looks to continue the time-honored tradition of visually pleasing design and atmosphere. This year, the Pavilion will deliver the feel of a traditional desert town.
The pathways and internal streets will be modeled after founds that can be found in various desert regions, and the streets will be self shaded. The self-shading will be achieved by the wavy wall structures that mirror the texture of sand dunes. The pavilion is also Earth-friendly, and is said to sport one of the smallest carbon footprints of any of the expo's pavilions.
The cool thing about this is also that the entire project can and will be deconstructed and re-constructed at a different location. In this case, it will be getting moved to the UAE.
Photo Credits: designboom, en.expo2015.org
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