For those on the ground at Expo 2020 Dubai looking to transport themselves to a far-flung tropical locale without leaving a once-barren expanse of desert abutting the Persian Gulf, the Brazil Pavilion has got you covered. Just don’t forget to bring aquatic footwear.
Located in the Sustainability District between the Sweden Pavilion and the Azerbaijan Pavilion, the Brazil Pavilion is one of the more low-key structures on the Expo 2020 grounds, architecturally speaking. Comprised of a nearly 25,000-square-foot white textile cube that’s as large as it is enigmatic, the pavilion itself doesn’t possess the rubberneck-inducing qualities of some of its flashier neighbors (during the
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