The South Korea Pavilion resembles a 'Moon Jar," a traditional Korean pottery vessel. Its architecture is designed to transmit harmony and simplicity. Through technology and art, South Korea communicates the...KEEP READING
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Sights From Milan Expo 2015: Brazil
Brazil is participating in Expo Milan 2015 with the theme "Feeding the World with Solutions." Visitors of all ages walk on a giant net that serves as the main access to the pavilion.
In the pavilion's first floor, visitors learn about Brazil's diversity, agriculture, and food production technology.
A floating exhibit mimics bird nests and Brazilian architecture.
This photo essay is a part of CPD's eight-week special series, "Branding Nations at the Milan Expo." For related coverage, see:
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