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Shanghai Expo 2010 British Pavilion by Heatherwick Studio #Archello #Architecture #Design

Seed Cathedral by Thomas Heatherwick. Representing the UK at the 2010 Shanghai Expo, the sculptural architecture comprises acrylic rods, each one bearing a plant seed at its inner tip.

Mexico's pavilion for the World Expo beautifully mimics the shape of overlapping dried corn husks!

Loguer Unveils Corn-Inspired Mexican Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo

Loguer Unveils Corn-Inspired Mexican Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo Mexican Pavilion by Loguer Design – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Finnish Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale 2014

Wooden huts demonstrate regional building techniques at the Finnish Pavilion - Venice Biennale 2014

Architecture-Shanghai Expo 2010: Heatherwick Studio - UK Pavilion

Gallery of UK Pavilion for Shanghai World Expo 2010 / Heatherwick Studio - 23


000 seeds illuminated in acrylic rods. Seed Cathedral by Thomas Heatherwick

Gallery: The Top 5 Expo Milan Pavilions - UK Pavilion #Expo2015

Gallery: The Top 5 Milan Expo Pavilions

Seed Cathedral, the UK Pavilion created by Thomas Heatherwick for the World Expo in Shanghai 2011

Thomas Heatherwick - Heatherwick Studio - Seed Cathedral -Shanghai Expo in 2010 - thousands of seeds collected by the Royal Botanical Gardens in these stunning transparent acrylic rods that glowed and moved with the elements.

Closer view of Republic of Korea Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010

korean pavilion at shanghai world expo 2010

This temporary structure was designed for the Korean Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo 2010 by the Korean architectural firm Mass Studies. It is an amalgamation of Korean written language and signage.

St. Henry's Chapel in Finland

St. Henry's Chapel in Finland

Alan S. Lu’s “Voussoir Cloud”, a 3 dimensional structural tessellation created from laser-cut ultra-light materials.

Voussoir Cloud art installation is a site specific installation made with thin wood laminate. It was designed in 2008 for the Southern California Institute of Architecture gallery in Los Angeles by IwamotoScott Architecture and Buro Happold.

Hermès Paper Pavillon by Shigeru Ban at Milano Design Week.

Constructed for Beijing Design Week the ‘Ban’ pavilion draws inspiration from floral petals in the way the shape of the flower is created by its bent petals. Designed by Orproject, Ban is constructed from bent polymer sheets which form a self-support