VIDEO: Design of Expo 2020 Dubai's Australia Pavilion revealed

The team behind Australia’s participation in the next World Expo reveals the rendering of pavilion's exteriors from all sides

The Australian Pavilion is located with Expo 2020 Dubai's Mobility District.
Twitter/ @Expo2020Aus
The Australian Pavilion is located with Expo 2020 Dubai's Mobility District.

Design of the Australia Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai has been revealed by the team behind the country’s participation in the next World Expo that will open its doors on 20 October, 2020.

A tweet on the official Twitter account dedicated for the Aussie Pavilion shared a video showing the rendering of the pavilion’s exteriors from all sides.

Dubai-based construction heavyweight ASGC and UK construction consultancy Turner & Townsend are associated with the construction of the pavilion, foundation works on which began in November 2019.

With the theme Blue Sky Dreaming, the Aussie pavilion is taking shape within the World Expo’s Mobility District.

According to the website dedicated for the participation of the Australia at the World Expo, the Aussie pavilion will showcase the indigenous connection to land, sky, and sea.

In October 2019, Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Dfat) said that finishing works were being made to the design of the pavilion, and site works were underway in preparation to begin construction on the facility.

Dfat has appointed TVG to operate the pavilion, a cultural program for which has been curated by Sydney-based Jacqui Bonner Marketing + Management, with the pavilion’s visitor journey during the global event’s 173-day period being planned by Melbourne-based Accolade.

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