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Spanish Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015 // b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

Milan, Italy

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Designed by studio b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos, the Spanish Pavilion is a light structure, dry-assembled using recycled and natural materials, making it easy to dismantle and reassemble.

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Inspired by a double-naved greenhouse with a characteristic Iberian portico, the Spanish Pavilion stretches over two floors, housing two separate exhibitions.

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On the ground floor, visitors can follow The Voyage of Food, an installation by multidisclinary artist Antoni Miralda, who offers a poetic reflection on the journeys traveled by food-products.

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The second floor houses ‘The Language of Flavour’ show, which enters into the mind of a Spanish cook, allowing visitors to explore his art, knowledge, and favourite recipes..

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