Expo 2020 is a host to some of the most exciting country pavilions marked by unique and stellar architecture representing each nation’s legacy and vision of the future.
Architect: Amann-Cánovas- Maruri Studio
Location: Sustainability District
Area of 5,800 m 2
Design: “Bioclimatic architecture” adapted to a hot desert environment, allows maintaining a temperature cooler inside the building thanks to the cones that facilitate air circulation. This allows a reduced energy consumption.
Structure: The square, Atrium, Theater and exhibition gallery.
The Spanish Pavilion, located in the Sustainability district, aspires to be in itself a sample of intelligent creativity, capable of involving visitors and sharing surprising creative projects -scientific, technological, productive, educational and artistic- with them. with a Spanish stamp, capable of changing our lives and our future. The Spanish Pavilion has an area of 5,800 m 2 and is close to some of the main attractions of the venue, such as the central Al Wasl square or the United Arab Emirates Pavilion, as well as the pavilions of other countries. like Germany or New Zealand.
The architectural project for the Spanish Pavilion corresponds to the Amann-Cánovas-Maruri studio (Extremas Temperatures Architects SLP) and stands out for the iconic strength of the design and its “bioclimatic architecture” adapted to a hot desert environment like Dubai, which allows maintaining a temperature cooler inside the building thanks to the cones that facilitate air circulation. This allows a reduced energy consumption.
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