SHANGHAI EXPO 2010 CHINA / POLAND PAVILION

Poland Pavilion to be concert hall

Theme:  Humans created the city

Designer:  Wojciech Kakowski, Natalia Paszkowska & Marcin Mostafa

Pavilion Area:  Approximately 3,000 Square Meters

Location:  Within Zone C of the Expo Site

Profile Highlights:  Paper-cut

The design of the Poland pavilion, appearing to be a folded paper box, is inspired by its folk art: paper cut-outs. During daytime, the exhibition hall will be filled with light filtering through paper-cut patterns; at night, it will shine with different colors and leave a deep impression on its visitors.

The Poland pavilion has an abstract and irregular exterior covered with flowery cut-outs designed to reflect Polish folk art (paper cut-outs). Sunlight can enter the hall through cracks in the walls. When dusk falls, the pavilion will shine with different colors that will change as the light outside changes and penetrates the paper-cut designs.

The uniforms and entrance ticket for staffs in Poland Pavilion

Lanna cutting paper folk art design by KOME TONG

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~ by Rattanaphol Taja on December 21, 2009.

One Response to “SHANGHAI EXPO 2010 CHINA / POLAND PAVILION”

  1. Wonderfully clever, artistic, and just likable!

    Thanks

    Jack

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