Pavilion is composed of two identical cubic buildings joined by a series of interconnecting walkways, covering a total of 1,147 square meters. Two cubes symbolise a balance in everything, between old and new, tradition and innovation, natural products and virtual technology, theory and practice.
The pavilion will be constructed following the latest standards in environmental protection and sustainability.
Idea of pavilion: balance
With the intention to offer enjoyable space for visitors, the ground floor is planned as an open-air space with food service and event place. One of the building’s blocks is devoted to an exposition that reflects tradition, while the other will present the innovations and achievements of Lithuanian agriculture, food industry and features of the contemporary cuisine.
Volumetric scenario connects the indoor and outdoor space, allows visitors to access and circulate within the exhibition space offering various experiences. Source by JAS.
Location: Milan, Italy
Architect: UAB “JAS”
Project Team: Virginijus Juozaitis, Ugnius Rauktys, Mantas Čekaitis, Edita Bružikaitė, Mindaugas Bučas, Vaida Iziumova
Images: UAB “JAS”, Courtesy of Edita Bružikaitė