Luxembourg Pavilion – Expo 2020 Dubai

Luxembourg pavilion – Expo 2020 Dubai is another name of using assets in new ways to produce more opportunities. This pavilion will find the nation’s attempt to connect industrial, human, technical, financial, and natural resources and assets.

Luxembourg is a small European country neighboring by Belgium, Germany and France. It was famous for its steel manufacturing but now Luxembourg is well known to be most powerful expenditure management.

French and German are most common language spoken by them some of them are speaking Italian, English and Portuguese. Luxembourg will spotlight the resources that have donated to the country’s success, as well as the crucial need to save them and create new chances through their intelligent use.

The European nation will also go through into the annular economy, diversity in community and the Next Industrial rotation.

Luxembourg pavilion is the 1st prize winner pavilion in Dubai expo 2020. This suggested pavilion will resemble a country; small, aspiring, intriguing and encouraging, and above all lavish and open.

Theme of the Luxembourg pavilion

The theme decided for the Luxembourg’s pavilion is ‘Opportunity’. It describes the history of Luxembourg, its present and future. The Luxembourg pavilion at expo 2020 traverse the theme ‘resourceful Luxembourg’ uncover the nation efforts to make a link between natural, technical, industrial, human and financial assets.

As visitors walk on the ramp, they will be guide through the pavilion’s themes-various, binding, sustainable, undertaking, and beauty- which wind up with an area on the second floor where the visitors can find the stars.


The legal theory is inspired by a Mobius strip, where crumpling and folding of a ribbon effects in one single surface, with no start and no end, representing an infinity, and in the special context of ‘cradle to cradle’ the annular economy.

The pavilion is patterned and structured around this principle, while limited optimization of the width of a ribbon makes a needed shade and safety.

A setback is produced between the major walking street and the building, thus creating definite distance and space, allowing for the clear perception of the entire. Experience start at the stand by line.

A ramp as a kind of a red carpet, as an escort invites the visitor to discover, heading the way among the inside and the outside cutis of the building. The ceiling between interior and exterior is blurred.

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Design created for the pavilion

  • The single face of the ribbon is at the same time a floor, a wall, and a ceiling, consequently the multi-layered set design canvas. Altogether, a continual swing of images and people is being divided from the beginning point to the top second floor.
  • Set design and architecture are interrelated, allowing the visitor to mingle with the exhibition. In instructive, communal and intuitive way, various projections and animations array the country and its nation.
  • The ground floor privileges the storage area approachable from the back, restrooms, VIP apartments and administration part with the observability over the central area, and restaurant with an open kitchen and gift shop align towards the front area.
  • The first floor, approachable directly from the major main ramp, is a multi-functional area.
  • In case of a concert, event, reception, conference, the side door is closed, and the ramp helps visitor’s without interfering the top.
  • In case of a temporary exposition, the door works as a barrier, and the indoor area becomes an instinctive part of the flow.
  • The second floor is the topes reaching end, committed to the space themed exhibition. To come to the earth again, the visitor is over looked with three choices: stairs and elevator as a rather standard one, and a slide through the attractive green terrace, as a fun one.
  • The journey from the down to the top is continual but continuingly changing. The visitor is moving between inner and outer areas, hence the feeling of being in and out at the same time.
  • The amount of the space changes continuously, in terms of height, width, depth, view and perspective. Due to its very special and individual landscape, Luxembourg City provides same changes in perception.
  • The idea was to give a clue of this experience while operating inside the pavilion too. At the same time, visual relation is created on various levels and among different stages, aura and attitudes of people, increasing curiosity.

Construction of the pavilion

Talking about on the construction progress, the commissioner general of the Pavilion Maggy Nagel explains that they were out of the first to receive a building authorize. They broke ground on the project in 2017 and started construction works in August 2019. Their aim is to complete the construction of the Luxembourg pavilion’s construction in the summer 2020.

It will be a 50m wide, 38m long and 21m high layout, with a grass constructed area of roughly 2100m2 on a 3500m2 site.

Another clue takeaway from the Luxembourg pavilion is its focal point on sustainability and a circular(annular)economy – 70% of the materials used in its construction are believed to be reused after the event.

The pavilion has also pondered sustainable techniques of reusing water, and keeping the building cool.

Visitors will have motivated to explore mathematical concepts with the help of the design of the outer structure and lay out of the pavilion that resembles a twisted cylinder.

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