It looks like a tree house at first glance. Or a building inexplicably growing out of thick greenery. The Singapore Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is both of these things and more. Blending architecture with nature, it embodies Singapore’s City in Nature vision.
Designed by WOHA Architects, it is one of 192 national pavilions participating in Expo 2020 that are divided into three districts: Sustainability, Mobility and Opportunity, and will be on display until March 31 next year.
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