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In pictures: Here is a look at the Expo 2020 pavilion designs ☘ Dubai Luxury Collection ☘ Hoey Team ☘ eXp Realty Florida USA
Dated: October 17 2019
Thematic and country pavilions at Expo 2020 Dubai will be deeply immersive experiences
UAE Pavillion: In the shape of a falcon in flight, the UAE Pavilion will tell the history of the nation as a connected global hub, and the vision of its leaders to create a peaceful and progressive society with an ambitious future.
The Pavilion will be four storeys tall, 15,000 sqm in area, with dedicated hospitality space and exhibitions showcasing Emirati culture and achievements.
Saudi Arabia Pavilion: The 13,000 sqm pavilion, resembling a huge window opening up from the ground and soaring into the sky, will offer visitors an immersive journey showcasing Saudi Arabia’s transformation. Balancing rich heritage and natural wonders with the energy, creativity and innovativeness of its people, the pavilion will demonstrate how Saudi Arabia is shaping both its own and the world’s future.
Mobility Pavilion: How people, goods, ideas and data move (and what it all means). From 9th-century Baghdad to a virtual world brimming with data, and onwards to the city of tomorrow, it will all be here. You may even be served by a robot or drone waiter along the way
Al Wasl Plaza: Historically, Dubai was called Al Wasl, or the “Connection”. Al Wasl dome encloses the 150-metre diameter Al Wasl Plaza, which will be a central hub during Expo and beyond, connecting the 3 thematic districts: Mobility; Sustainability; Opportunity.
Sustainability Pavilion: Tiptoe underneath a dense forest as the roots communicate with one another. Meet a giant fish who’s furious about plastic waste in his ocean home. It’s not too late for us to save the world.
Russia Pavilion: Showcasing Russia’s extensive knowledge in various fields, the pavilion will take visitors to the next level, where they will be able to experience the possibilities of tomorrow.
Canada Pavilion: Embark on a journey through Canada’s past, present and future. Inspired by Canadian landscapes and Arabic architectural elements, the pavilion is symbolic of the strong cultural and economic ties between Canada and the UAE.
UK Pavilion: Gaze into the future and add your voice to a continuously changing poem. The UK Pavilion is inspired by a project from the late scientist Stephen Hawking, in which he pondered how humanity could express itself to an extraterrestrial civilisation. The pavilion will offer an awe-inspiring glimpse into the future.
Japan Pavilion: The pavilion’s lattice exterior combines traditional Japanese and Arabesque patterns, paying homage to the ancient Silk Road trade route that connected the two.
Belgium Pavilion: Covered in lush greenery, the ark-inspired pavilion is designed to produce more energy than it consumes. Visitors can interact with a host of Belgian innovations while enjoying Belgian delicacies.
Austria Pavilion: Austria is a nation reimagining ideas. This is reflected in its decision to use a 9,000-year-old soil to build its pavilion, which comprises 47 truncated cones. The structure will be ventilated through its innovative use of the cones, and will house exhibitions, workshops, installations and more.
Philippines Pavilion: The natural, organic shape of the coral reef, or Bangkóta will draw visitors to the Philippine Pavilion into defined, free-flowing, open spaces, reflecting how Filipino culture embraces openness, meaningful encounters, and are connected around the world by travel, migration, and technology.
France Pavilion: Titled ‘Light, Lights’, the pavilion’s theme explores light as an enabler of progress, a vehicle for connections and a source of heat and creativity. It seeks to embody the Age of Enlightenment, the 18th century movement spearheaded by French intellectuals that emphasised concepts such as knowledge exchange and tolerance.
Recently; Barry had the pleasure of visiting with many Developers in Dubai, which truly was a great experience in a majical place, and where they definitely seem to set the standards when it comes to luxury; in all aspects of living; not just in Real Estate. For them; Real Estate is Art.
There are many opportunities for investors in Dubai / UAE
Barry has earned the Dubai International Property Consultant (DIPC) designation; licensed to sell Dubai Properties, and became an International Dubai Real Estate Institute Member (IDREIM). Please reach out to Barry DubaiLuxuryCollection@Gmail.Com for more information on Dubai or any part of the UAE (United Arab Emirates)
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