Data sheet

  • Year: 2015

  • Customer: Martinez Otero – Besix

  • Location: Expo Milan (Italia) – Pabellón de Bélgica

  • Surface: 2000m2

  • Type: Exposición Temporal

  • Works carry out: Production, pre-assembly and assembly of modules and sceneries for the “flag of Belgium” Milan Expo 2015. It includes the construction of modules, structures, cylindrical tanks, sceneries, the carpentry and painting.

  • Architect: Patrick Genard

  • Collaborator in the scenery team: Sylvian Carlet y Isern Serra


Milan Expo 2015, is an Universal Exhibition that Milan, Italy, host from May 1 to October 31, 2015. During this period of six months, Milan became a global showcase for over 140 participating countries witch showed showcase the best of their technology in order to offer a concrete response to a vital need: to be able to ensure healthy, safe and sufficient food for all, while respecting the planet and its balance. In addition to the nations of exhibitors, the Expo also involved international organizations and to welcome over 20 million o f visitors on its 1.1 million square meters of exhibition area.
The Milan Expo 2015 is a platform for the exchange ideas and share solutions on the subject of food, stimulating the creativity of each country and the promotion of innovation for a sustainable future. Milan Expo 2015 gave all their visitors everyone the opportunity to meet, and taste some of the best dishes in the world, while discovering the best of the agri-food and the gastronomic traditions of each of the exhibiting countries.
The pavilion of Belgium was designed around the theme of Nilan Expo 2015, “Feeding the planet, energy for life”.
In this pavilion is where visitors can found information about the experiments and developed solutions that Belgium has for the production of alternative foods, in response to the issues raised by the theme of the Expo.
It is truly a future-oriented (one studio production space) devoted to techniques for the production, cultivation and the cultivation of vegetables, fish and seaweed.