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    The project "Makün: The Mantle of Chile" was selected as the winning proposal to develop the interior architecture and façade for the Chilean pavilion at the Universal Exposition 2025, to be held in Osaka (Japan) between April 13 and October 13 next year.


    The proposal of "Makün: The Mantle of Chile" proposes to structure a textile pavilion through a mantle made by 200 Chilean weavers from La Araucanía (from five different communities in that region), which will be taken to Japan to be installed in the pavilion. " Makün" is a word of Mapuche origin that means mantle or blanket (protective garment) that appeals to the traditional textile culture of the Mapuche people.
    Source: https://www.marcachile.cl/en/camino-a-expo-osaka-2025-autoridades-presentaron-la-propuesta-del-pabellon-de-chile/

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    Poland Pavilion

    The architectural design is based on the use of wood, with an organic form thanks to arches and curves. The design of the expressive wooden facade based on Kigumi Koho, a traditional timber joining technique, is an homage to traditional Polish and Japanese architecture.
    The form resembles a spreading wave of creativity and innovation of Poles.
    Poland will be presented as a country, the main resource of which are its people - creative, open-minded, educated, imaginative and brave in their thought and effort.



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    Aleatek Studio’s concept of “Floating Forest” has been announced as the winner of the competition for the design of the Serbia Pavilion at Expo Osaka 2025. The pavilion, will be located at the West Entrance and Earth Plaza, aims to interpret Serbian culture and the country’s natural landscape through architectural expression. The design strategy also aligns with the theme “Play for humanity” of the upcoming Specialised Expo 2027 to be held in Belgrade.





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    The Sou Fujimoto-designed wooden Grand Ring roof for the upcoming Expo 2025 in Osaka, Japan, is coming together just under a year before the fair officially opens to the public on April 13th, 2025.


    Source: https://archinect.com/news/article/150427671/sou-fujimoto-s-wooden-grand-ring-for-expo-2025-osaka-is-taking-shape

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    Source - https://www.arabnews.com/node/2499896/world

    The Saudi pavilion at the expo will present Saudi Arabia’s past, transformational journey and vision for a sustainable and prosperous future. (SPA)

    Saudi chefs will present a mix of flavours inspired by different regions of the Kingdom, and Saudi musicians and artists will perform daily to highlight the Kingdom’s rich cultural heritage.
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    the pavilion is designed to create an exploratory spatial experience that echoes the towns and cities of Saudi Arabia, providing an immersive audio-visual experience and connecting visitors to the wonders of Saudi Arabia to be explored.
    https://www.instagram.com/atchain/reel/C0QRi6_qSdP/ - source

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    China National pavilion - renderings of the design proposals.

    The architectural design of the China Pavilion is inspired by the concept of "Chinese Scroll." Its exterior is shaped like a traditional Chinese scroll, incorporating three main elements: bamboo, Chinese characters, and scrolls. Through these elements, it showcases the spirit and essence of Chinese civilization, emphasizing the harmonious unity of nature and humanity. This design interprets the core concept of China's unwavering commitment to sustainable development in the new era.


    The façade of the building is adorned with inscriptions of poetry, depicting the poetic imagery of mountains and rivers on the elegant and gentle scrolls. This harmonizes seamlessly with the garden landscape of ink pools and bamboo shadows in front of the pavilion, providing visitors with a unique and immersive viewing experience.


    Bamboo is a representative element of Chinese civilization. Chinese people admire, cultivate, and love bamboo. Additionally, bamboo serves as a renewable ecological building material, reflecting the value orientation of harmonious coexistence between humans and nature, as well as the development direction of contemporary architectural technology.

    Chinese characters are a cultural treasure of the Chinese nation and one of the oldest surviving writing systems in the world. Whether in poetry, prose, or calligraphy, they spread the rich information and unique charm of Chinese civilization to the world.

    Scrolls represent an inexhaustible treasure trove of ideas, symbolizing China's cultural soft power of "observing humanity to enlighten the world" and reflecting the deep and enduring cultural confidence of the Chinese nation.

    Source: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/expo-2025-osaka-japan-renderings-7-national-pavilions-allen-c-kc21e/

  8. This new Spain pavilion looks like a carbon copy of the Israel pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020.

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    The Spain Embassy in Tokyo says its pavilion at next year's expo in western Japan will feature sustainable technology using marine resources. It will also draw inspiration from an ocean current that has connected the two countries for centuries.
    The embassy says the pavilion's concept will be based on the Kuroshio Current in the Pacific Ocean. The warm-water current normally flows from southwest to northeast along the southern coast of the Japanese archipelago.
    The pavilion will feature technology that can preserve historic remains on the seafloor. It will also showcase a technology that produces fuel and medicine from algae and other marine resources to help realize a sustainable society.




    The architect who designed the pavilion, Nestor Montenegro, says the cultures of Japan and Spain have been historically connected through the oceans. He adds that he wants to convey the importance of protecting the oceans.

    Source: https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20240510_01/

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