Selected as the winner of an international competition, Penda’s landscape pavilion for the 10th international Garden Expo in Wuhan, China seeks to highlight the importance of clean water and protecting the environment. Dubbed “Where the River Runs,” the pavilion takes visitors through a landscape of hills and valleys on a pathway resembling a river. Each visitor is given seeds to plant, taking over “the function of a river as they bring life to the pavilion.” The 1,500-square-meter-pavilion is currently under construction and is set to be completed this year. Learn more about the design after the break. From the architects: Our proposal for the Garden Expo 2015 in Wuhan/China describes a landscape pavilion and a statement for the importance of clean water and the preservation of our natural environment. The project 'Where the river runs' was chosen as a winner in an international competition and is currently under construction for the 10th international Garden Expo in Wuhan /China, which will be held from October 2015 to April 2016. The EXPO will stretch over 200 acres with an estimation of more than 12 million visitors for the event.
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