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Macau Pavilion / Exhibition stand

Macau Pavilion

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Macau Pavilion

Discipline: Interior Architecture

The storyline for the exhibits in the Macau Pavilion at the 2010 World Expo was the search for the magic rabbit lantern as a fantastical journey through the history of Macau. Adopting an innovative mix of 2D and 3D presentation methods and multimedia projections, multiple-layer exhibits were created that contributed to an enriched and fascinating viewing experience for visitors. The gigantic tulle enveloping of the atrium, a huge space in the center of the architecture where elevators provided access to the different levels, was used for 360° projections of animated films creating stunning effects.

Client / Manufacturer

Macau SAR Government

Macau SAR Government
Macau, Macau SAR China

Design

Oval Design

Oval Design Ltd.
Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR China

Dennis Wong

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