The Pavilion of the Belarus Republic is divided into two equal parts by a big wheel of a mill top 30 meters. The Pavilion is a symbol of the wheel of life, a kind of water mill, with an exhibition space equipped with interactive monitors where there is a voice that tells the agricultural and technological progress of the country. With frequency, they are housed artistic performances and performances by folk music groups.
Inside the hill, there is hidden a salt mine, the precious and abundant element in the Belarus subsoil. A narrow passes through the Hall, right in the middle: the gap is the channel of a river that takes visitors to the wheel and to the water and that is, metaphorically, to life.
The “Wheel of Life” aims to be a kind of living organism making visitors active part of the alternation of the seasons and times of day, in a continuous succession of time. The pavilion of Belarus will occupy 550 square meters in addition 31mq free permeable paving.
The project of the Argentine Pavilion was presented at Expo Milano 2015. With the theme “Argentina feeds you” the country showcases what has to offer in a context of national policies that are closely linked with the central theme of Expo Milano 2015 Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.
Covering an area of over 1,900 square meters, the pavilion will become a center of trade promotion, tourism and culture to visitors who come to experience the diversity that characterizes the country. The exhibition is divided into four main themes.
The first step discusses the food security through the economic development policies of the past decade based on social inclusion. Following, the second point, “Argentina feeds the world”, describes the vastness and fertility of the land that produces a wide variety of primary products such as grains, fruits, vegetables but also meat consumed and recognized worldwide. The third step, “Argentina nourishes knowledge”, offers visitors a vision on sustainable innovations and inclusive country. The last theme, “Argentina feeds the debate”, looks at the challenges of capitalism, food sovereignty and fair development.