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One Photographer's Definitive Guide to the Pavilions of the 2015 World Expo

One Photographer's Definitive Guide to the Pavilions of the 2015 World Expo
One Photographer's Definitive Guide to the Pavilions of the 2015 World Expo, 2015 World Expo Milan: 'Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life'. Image © Darren Bradley
2015 World Expo Milan: 'Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life'. Image © Darren Bradley

Darren Bradley, an architectural photographer and Instagrammer (@modarchitecture) based in San Diego, has shared a definitive collection of photographs from the 2015 World Expo. Each pavilion in the 1.1million square metre exhibition area, located just outside of Milan, is showcasing the best of their technology which offer "a concrete answer to a vital need: being able to guarantee healthy, safe and sufficient food for everyone, while respecting the planet and its equilibrium."

Bahrain. Image © Darren Bradley Poland. Image © Darren Bradley Spain. Image © Darren Bradley Chile. Image © Darren Bradley + 40

Bradley's photographs, presented here alphabetically, demonstrate the architectural variety and individual character of the pavilions of each participating country.

Argentina. Image © Darren Bradley
Argentina. Image © Darren Bradley
Austria. Image © Darren Bradley
Austria. Image © Darren Bradley
Azerbaijan. Image © Darren Bradley
Azerbaijan. Image © Darren Bradley
Bahrain. Image © Darren Bradley
Bahrain. Image © Darren Bradley
Brazil. Image © Darren Bradley
Brazil. Image © Darren Bradley
Chile. Image © Darren Bradley
Chile. Image © Darren Bradley
China. Image © Darren Bradley
China. Image © Darren Bradley
China (Commercial Pavilion). Image © Darren Bradley
China (Commercial Pavilion). Image © Darren Bradley
Czech Republic. Image © Darren Bradley
Czech Republic. Image © Darren Bradley
Estonia. Image © Darren Bradley
Estonia. Image © Darren Bradley
France. Image © Darren Bradley
France. Image © Darren Bradley
Germany. Image © Darren Bradley
Germany. Image © Darren Bradley
The Netherlands. Image © Darren Bradley
The Netherlands. Image © Darren Bradley
Iran. Image © Darren Bradley
Iran. Image © Darren Bradley
Japan. Image © Darren Bradley
Japan. Image © Darren Bradley
Korea. Image © Darren Bradley
Korea. Image © Darren Bradley
Kuwait. Image © Darren Bradley
Kuwait. Image © Darren Bradley
Lithuania. Image © Darren Bradley
Lithuania. Image © Darren Bradley
Malaysia. Image © Darren Bradley
Malaysia. Image © Darren Bradley
Mexico. Image © Darren Bradley
Mexico. Image © Darren Bradley
Monaco. Image © Darren Bradley
Monaco. Image © Darren Bradley
Poland. Image © Darren Bradley
Poland. Image © Darren Bradley
Alessandro Rosso Group. Image © Darren Bradley
Alessandro Rosso Group. Image © Darren Bradley
Russia. Image © Darren Bradley
Russia. Image © Darren Bradley
Slovenia. Image © Darren Bradley
Slovenia. Image © Darren Bradley
Spain. Image © Darren Bradley
Spain. Image © Darren Bradley
Thailand. Image © Darren Bradley
Thailand. Image © Darren Bradley
Turkey. Image © Darren Bradley
Turkey. Image © Darren Bradley
Turkmenistan. Image © Darren Bradley
Turkmenistan. Image © Darren Bradley
United Arab Emirates. Image © Darren Bradley
United Arab Emirates. Image © Darren Bradley
United Kingdom. Image © Darren Bradley
United Kingdom. Image © Darren Bradley
Vanke. Image © Darren Bradley
Vanke. Image © Darren Bradley
Vietnam. Image © Darren Bradley
Vietnam. Image © Darren Bradley
Intersasanpaolo. Image © Darren Bradley
Intersasanpaolo. Image © Darren Bradley
Italian Food Pavilion. Image © Darren Bradley
Italian Food Pavilion. Image © Darren Bradley
Children' Pavilion. Image © Darren Bradley
Children' Pavilion. Image © Darren Bradley
Pavilion Zero. Image © Darren Bradley
Pavilion Zero. Image © Darren Bradley

You can follow Darren on Instagram and check out his blog on Modernist architecture here.

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Dive into ArchDaily's complete coverage of the World Expo here.

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Cite: James Taylor-Foster. "One Photographer's Definitive Guide to the Pavilions of the 2015 World Expo" 16 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/770312/one-photographers-definitive-guide-to-the-pavilions-of-the-2015-world-expo/> ISSN 0719-8884

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