Glimpses of the Spain Pavilion
At the ground level floor, in a unique space to relax and meet with other guests, a series of interventions synthesize some of the most relevant contributions of our country to the global culture and highlight some of the historical links between our culture and Arab culture.
Dynamo, an interactive work by Daniel Canogar
The Atrium, a controlled access area, is one of the most spectacular spaces and houses an artistic installation that synthesizes the Intelligence for life theme.
This venue hosts a surprising and memorable film, Spain's business card for visitors to the Dubai Expo: August Moon, by Nacho Vigalondo.
The Forest of Intelligence
Our forest, as it happens in nature, is a very sensitive space to our activities, and this metaphorical forest reacts to the attitudes of that microcosm of global society formed by visitors to the Pavilion, through a series of interactive resources that engage the visitors with their preservation.
Spanish projects for sustainability
This section shows a selection of emerging innovative business projects and relevant Spanish start-ups, all linked to sustainability. These initiatives provide sustainable development solutions that can be replicated in other contexts.
Spain, a country to live in
The exhibition tour ends with a 100m long installation that accompanies visitors while showing them what makes Spain one of the countries with the highest life quality in the world.