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UAE Pavilion - Expo 2020 Project
This project involves construction of UAE Pavilion 4-storey for Dubai World Expo 2020. Located facing Al Wasl Plaza, which lies at the center of the 220-hectare exhibition zone, UAE Pavilion - whose design will be inspired by a falcon in flight - will represent UAE to the 25 million visitors and participants from over 180 nations who are expected to visit the Expo from October 2020 to April 2021. The UAE pavilion is expected to cover up to 15,000 square meters and it is designed to include: Numerous exhibition areas, An auditorium, Food and beverage outlets and VIP lounges. It will be designed to embrace sustainable building principles. The Pavilion is set on an area of 15,000 square metres, with a built-up area 19,200 square metres. It comprises a 2,000 square metre upper floor and a 662 square metre mezzanine, with a plaza level and related facilities spread across 3,000 square metres. The ground level includes a garden and car park encompassing 13,300 square metres. UAE's National Media Council has selected an architect to design for the UAE pavilion for Dubai World Expo 2020. The architects proposal was formally selected following a seven-month design competition managed by an Abu Dhabi's renewable energy company, in its capacity as Program Manager. The contest saw nine of the world's most renowned architectural firms submit 11 concepts. Each design was evaluated against specified criteria, including how fully the design expressed the main theme of Expo 2020 and how well it captured a district Emirati feel and a balance between UAE's past and future.