The Mexican pavilion resembles a giant corn cob. Spiral ramps and a stream of water descend from the rooftop terrace, which features a restaurant and an urban garden.
Project DescriptionTheme: "Mexico, the Seed for the New World: Food, Diversity and Heritage"
FROM MILAN EXPO 2015:
Indeed, its large external structure, inspired by the shape of a big corn cob, covers the 1,910 square-meter pavilion, set in a prime location at the intersection of the two main avenues. The interior offers an all-encompassing exhibition of typical produce, edged by a stream of water that gives life to the gardens and takes visitors along spiral ramps, to explore the gastronomic, ecological and cultural riches of Mexico.