VIDEO: Inside Expo 2020 Dubai's 1,550m2 Singapore Pavilion
Take a tour of the Woha Architects-designed nature-inspired pavilion, located within the expo site's Sustainability District
Expo 2020 Dubai has released a video of the Woha Architects-designed Singapore Pavilion – being constructed by Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) alongside Radius Experiential International – will have three 9m-tall garden cones within its 3D multi-layered ‘City in a Garden’ highlight.
The nature-focused pavilion will be built within the Sustainability District of the 4.38km2 World Expo site.
Look up at 9-metre tree-like garden cones Look down from the top of a hanging garden And wonder how the entire building uses net-zero energy at #Singapore’s #Expo2020 #Dubai Pavilionhttps://t.co/3w3BBnPhJQ pic.twitter.com/uTwbcCs5FL— Expo 2020 Dubai (@expo2020dubai) August 29, 2019
Last week, URA told Construction Week that it planned to open the pavilion by August 2020.
The 'Nature. Nurture. Future' themed 1,550m2 structure will be a net-zero energy building that will house a tropical garden at the ground level, 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.
Singapore pavilion will also feature interactive exhibits showcasing stories of sustainability during the six-month Expo 2020 Dubai, which will run from 20 October, 2020 to 10 April, 2021.