Vanke pavilion Expo 2015 by Daniel Libeskind

Vanke pavilion

Vanke pavilionThe giant of the real estate industry, which provides over 100,000 housing units, will build a pavilion which will recreate the “Shitang” concept space, a traditional social structure, which keeps on living in the contemporary Chinese society in various forms and that represents the opportunity to socialize in a healthy and calm atmosphere.
Vanke pavilionVanke’s idea is to recreate at Expo Milano 2015 a real Shitang, to show the world a snapshot of life in contemporary China, providing dining spaces where to eat in a healthy and affordable way, where to share opinions and projects, thus helping to improve the social fabric of the city. In this way, the company will share with all visitors, both real and virtual, a typical aspect of Chinese culture, providing a physical space, in which it will be possible to know and experience Shitang universe.
Vanke pavilionIn its pavilion of 959 square meters are recreated the atmospheres linked to the Shitang which, much more than a simple canteen, represents a traditional social structure, present since ancient times, and which still exists in contemporary Chinese society in various forms. It is a convivial space where they can find inexpensive food and a peaceful, healthy environment.
Vanke pavilionThe participation of the construction company Vanke is one of the three faces of China’s presence at Expo Milano 2015 which is divided into three different pavilions that are separate but interconnected with each another: the China Pavilion, the China Corporate United Pavilion, and the Vanke Pavilion. The pavilion, located near the Lake Arena, was designed by Daniel Libeskind, which conceived it as an extension of the surrounding landscape.
Vanke pavilionThe musicality of its proportions, its sinuous geometry and the fluid movement between the inner and outer volume, create a journey through space and time. The exhibition is organized on two independent routes, from the inside towards the outside, and with a garden that is found on the roof. Visitors are immersed in a forest of poles, with screens which project scenes of lunches, joy, and sharing. The installation, based on the metaphor of roots, trunks and branches symbolizes Vanke’s commitment to the community, which lives among the mutual relationships of people, values and traditions.
Vanke pavilionLocation: Milan, Italy
Architects: Daniel Libeskind
Area: 959 sm
Year: 2014
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