Thailand Pavilion, Expo 2015

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Key facts & Challenges

Made in Joint Venture with CMB from Carpi, the Thailand pavilion covers an area of 2,947 square meters and has a steel and laminated wood panels structure. The Pavilion runs for about 100 m with a width of 30 m; The main building has a length of 40 m and is located about 60 m set back from Decumanus. Naga is the symbol of the snake which welcomes visitors, and It represents water which is important in the daily life of the Thai people. Crossing the entrance ramp to the main building, visitors will have the feeling of floating above the landscape, consisting of rice fields and water areas.

Installation phase


Local impact