pygmalion karatzas photographs memorable installations at expo milan
 
pygmalion karatzas photographs memorable installations at expo milan pygmalion karatzas photographs memorable installations at expo milan
jun 06, 2015

pygmalion karatzas photographs memorable installations at expo milan

pygmalion karatzas photographs memorable installations at expo milan
(above) italian pavilion, architects nemesi & partners © pygmalion karatzas

 

 

 

following a seven-year period of planning and construction, expo milan opened its gates to visitors on may 1st, 2015. the international fair exhibits ideas and installations in the areas of culture, technology, health and humanity. with the theme ‘feeding the planet, energy for life’, expo milan focuses on sustainable agriculture, with more than 140 participating countries who illustrate their traditions and innovations through immersive, participatory and informational exhibitions.

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
japan pavilion, architect atsushi kitagawara © pygmalion karatzas

 

 

 

architect and photographer pygmalion karatzas visited expo milan and has captured some of the most impressive architectural and artistic works presented within the pavilions. from a technological waterfall flowing from the ceiling by japanese studio teamlab for the japan building, and the latticed france pavilion by XTU architects, the exhibitions uncover the history and heritage of food through fascinating and memorable creative installations for visitors to experience, understand and enjoy.

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
poland pavilion, 2pm architects © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
france pavilion, studio x-tu, studio aln atelien, studio adeline rispal © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
vanke pavilion, architect daniel libeskind © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
austria pavilion, architect klaus loenhart & team breathe austria © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
spain pavilion, b720 arquitectos © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
lithuania pavilion, UAB ‘JAS’ (virginijus juozaitis) © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
slow food pavilion, architects herzog & de meuron © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
slovakia pavilion, architects agentura evka & karol kallay © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
pavilion zero, design michele de lucchi, curated by davide rampello © pygmalion karatzas

pygmalion karatzas expo milan
russia pavilion, architect speech © pygmalion karatzas

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