The Belarusian exhibition, which is named "Forest of Future Technology", is inspired by the lush forests and rich natural resources of Belarus. It communicates the idea that nature and technology coexist, complement each other and create a sustainable and innovative future. In line with a belief that minds, joined together like trees in a forest, are capable to successfully face any challenges, "Forest of Future Technology" will present innovative solutions to global problems, new ways of individual expressions and ideas for collective and global missions.
Construction within One Year
On behalf of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NUSSLI Adunic planned the Belarusian appearance at Expo 2020 in Dubai. The planning, construction and dismantling of the entire pavilion are part of NUSSLI's commission as general contractor.
The Pavilion Brings the Primeval Forest to Dubai
The three-story pavilion is located in the Opportunity section of the Expo grounds. With its nearly 1400-square-meter gross floor area, the pavilion and its elaborate interior design are distinguished and eye-catching. The Belarusian Pavilion brings the look of its primeval forests to Dubai. Right at the entrance, green-lit structures symbolize the stylized trees that guide and lead visitors on their way through the entire pavilion. Inspired by its own wealth of natural resources, the Belarus exhibition demonstrates how we can create new opportunities in the future through joint growth and efforts.
About Expo 2020
Due to the corona pandemic, Expo 2020 Dubai took place one year later. Under the motto "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future," the Expo gates were open in Dubai from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. It was the first World Expo to be held in an Arab and Muslim country. More than 190 countries and organizations presented themselves on the three thematic clusters Opportunities, Sustainability and Mobility, which together had the size of 610 football fields. Almost 25 million visitors, mostly from abroad, were at the Expo in Dubai.