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Children Park at EXPO 2015 / ZPZ Partners

09:00 - 5 August, 2015
Children Park at EXPO 2015 / ZPZ Partners, Courtesy of ZPZ Partners
Courtesy of ZPZ Partners

Courtesy of ZPZ Partners Courtesy of ZPZ Partners Courtesy of ZPZ Partners Courtesy of ZPZ Partners + 26

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  • Location

    EXPO, Rho Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy
  • Area

    7812.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015

Ecuador Pavilion Milan Expo 2015 / Zorrozua y Asociados

11:00 - 23 July, 2015
Ecuador Pavilion Milan Expo 2015 / Zorrozua y Asociados, © Marcela Grassi
© Marcela Grassi

© Marcela Grassi © Marcela Grassi © Marcela Grassi Courtesy of Zorrozua y Asociados + 21

Milan Expo 2015: Herzog & de Meuron Designs Slow Food Pavilion for Carlo Petrini

09:00 - 19 February, 2015
Milan Expo 2015: Herzog & de Meuron Designs Slow Food Pavilion for Carlo Petrini, Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron
Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron

Herzog & de Meuron have unveiled the design for their Slow Food Pavilion, due for completion by the 2015 Milan Expo in May. Showcasing the work of Carlo Petrini's Slow Food organization, the pavilion promotes the global organization's vision of universal access to "good, clean and fair food."

Sited on a triangular piece of land in the Eastern end of the Expo's central boulevard, the pavilion uses a a triangular configuration of tables to evoke what Herzog & de Meuron describe as "an atmosphere of refectory and market."