See Woha, Radius Experential's Expo 2020 Singapore Pavilion
The 1,550m2 structure's highlight will be 'City in a Garden', a multi-layered 3D green space with three garden cones
Singapore-based Woha Architects is set to design Expo 2020 Dubai's Singapore Pavilion, with Radius Experiential International also set to help build the 1,550m2 structure that Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) will lead.
In a statement, Expo 2020 Dubai said Singapore Pavilion would highlight how the Asian country was working towards "liveability, sustainability, and resilience" across its society.
The main feature of the pavilion will be 'City in a Garden', a multi-layered three-dimensional green space that will comprise three garden cones in a vertical greenery.
Singapore Pavilion's ground level will be set as a tropical garden, while a canopy walk will connect the three cones to lead visitors through the exhibits and up to an open platform with vantage points of the Expo 2020 Dubai site.
Commenting on the pavilion, URA’s chief executive officer, Lim Eng Hwee, said: “Singapore Pavilion is centred on our country’s guiding ethos of sustainable growth where we can have both economic growth and a high quality living environment.
“Through the presentation at Expo 2020 Dubai, we hope to celebrate Singapore’s spirit of ingenuity and creativity by profiling its innovative urban solutions, design, and capabilities through programmes and activities that will take place throughout the six-month expo.”