3D Printed forest at Expo2020

14 Oct, 2020

Managed by Acción Cultural Española (AC / E), the pavilion has an area of about 5,800 m2 stacked with a series of colorful conical volumes partially covered with ultralight and flexible photovoltaic panels designed by the Spanish company The South Oracle (TSO). The international architecture firm External Reference and Onionlab, a multidisciplinary studio that produces audiovisual installations and exhibitions, have designed the exhibition spaces: “The forest of intelligence” on the lower floor, is a 3D printed artificial forest capable of producing oxygen and an interactive tree that reacts to the sustainable habits of the public.