With the Expo Milano 2015 doors open to the world, we’ll be taking a look at some of interesting projects, pavilions and pop-ups taking place across Milan.
This week we’re focusing on the Brazilian pavilion at the Expo - one of the structures and stages that people seem most impressed with so far during the event.
Following the theme of ‘Feeding the World with Solutions’ the high structure with massive net in the middle has quickly become a star attraction on the Expo site with visitors triggering a number of sensors as they bounce across the net.
Visitors are also taken on a tour through some of Brazil’s most famous ingredients as vegetables, flowers, fruits and plants take the spotlight.
On the top floor of the pavilion a restaurant will offer a constant stream of traditional Brazilian dishes cooked up by some of the country’s top chefs. There’s also a selection of top smoothies available produced with some unique and interesting Brazilian fruits.
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