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PSFK Visits The Luxembourg Pavilion At The Shanghai Expo

PSFK Visits The Luxembourg Pavilion At The Shanghai Expo
Design

A collection of images from a rust colored fortress in China.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 10 may 2010

Built to show off the small European country’s prowess in steel, the Luxembourg pavilion for the Shanghai Expo 2010 presented a striking rust-colored tower within a grounds filled with flowers.

The pavilion was inspired by the Chinese word for Luxembourg which literally means caste and forest. The designers created an ancient fortress as if it was carved from a single stone. The forest was represented as vine gardens that circled the inner tower.

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