One of the most impressive designs is that of the United Arab Emirates Pavilion by architect Santiago Calatrava. Inspired by a falcon, photovoltaic panels were installed on the wings to generate energy for the building.
In the sustainability district, there are pavilions like Brazil, where you will navigate a river reminiscent of the Amazon, and this stage for more than 300 people, in which musical, dance and dance performances are presented. theater.
The heart of Expo Dubai 2020 is Al Wasl Plaza, which features the world’s largest 360-degree projection screen, 150 meters in diameter and 65 meters high. Here you can see majestic entertainment every night.
Dubbed “A Window to the Future,” the Saudi pavilion also broke Guinness records with the largest interactive light floor and largest LED mirror screen, where its natural beauties are projected at sunset.
Inside, the Arab pavilion offers a journey through its deserts, seas and mountains. As well as the “Vision” exhibition, with a 30-meter virtual sphere that you can almost touch and lights on the ground that react to movement when you move your feet.
How do we find our place in this interconnected world? With this question, the Russian pavilion presents a façade that symbolizes ideas in motion. To create it, 46 kilometers of aluminum tubes of different colors were used.
The Russian proposal revolves around a medulla oblongata, which takes up the teaching of the millions of neurons that interconnect in the brain in a sustainable way to create the present. If nature can do it, so can we.
With this pavilion, Israel had the first such intervention in an Arab country. It has no walls to express the openness of this country to the world. In its projections, it is possible to see its technological advances and attractions in the desert.
In the sustainability district at Expo Dubai 2020, you can walk among the photovoltaic trees, which are added to the panels of the clean energy pavilions, with which they aim to achieve LEED certification.
The German pavilion is a true interactive museum where you can discover the many ways to obtain clean energy, such as magnetism to move the elevators of large buildings.
We are all important to lead this planet towards a better future, this is demonstrated by Germany through swings, in which when each participant swings, they manage to unite to move the luminous spheres in the center.
The Italian pavilion has created a striking architecture with recycled materials. The facade was constructed with three ship hulls and nautical ropes, while the interior was made with orange peel, coffee and plastic extracted from the ocean.
The link between weaving and the Peruvians is ancestral. Witness its facade and interior, with the replica of the Q’eswachaka bridge, which they weave by hand in real time, as they maintained it for six centuries in the Cusco region.
As you walk between the pavilions you will appreciate the festivities of each nation. Every day, it is the turn of one or two countries, here the celebrations of Burundi, in East Africa.
In the Emirates Airlines pavilion with games and virtual reality, you will discover the future of aviation in 50 years. For example: the flight attendants will be robots and you can choose between seeing the panorama in a 360 degree cabin or a relaxing background.
The work of 200 weavers from Jalisco is presented on the facade of the Mexico pavilion, the only 100% handmade. Inside, you’ll enjoy an immersive tour that alludes to the fireflies of Tlaxcala and the monarch butterflies of Michoacán.
During Mexico Day at Expo Dubai, various parades took place with dancers in typical costumes, in addition to the presentation of tenor Javier Camarena who was accompanied by the Secretary of the Navy’s Mariachi.
The Swiss pavilion has hosted several fashion shows, due to its beauty and complexity. Under the name Reflection inside this mirror cube you can walk through a fog bank and fly on a magic carpet through the Alps.
Expo 2020 Dubai will open for 160 days, ending on March 31, 2022. If you wish to visit, we recommend setting aside at least three days of your visit to Dubai to enjoy this global festival. expo2020dubai.com