An exhibition building in Russia was given an exterior design to make it look like it was covered by a circuit board

Moscow's Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy was opened in 1939 to celebrate the agricultural, industrial, and technology accomplishments of Russia.

Recently, the Pavilion of Moscow Information Technology Department was given a unique exterior design to make it look like tracks of a circuit board, as the building commemorates Russia's electrical achievements. The building was constructed with fiberglass concrete and has three indoor sections: an exhibition area, a business center, and a children's play area. The architects divided these areas to give the exhibition's management the flexibility to host several events at once. The building will stand for 10 years.

The exterior of the building was designed by Russian architectural firm Wall in 2016.

Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy

Moscow's Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy was opened in 1939 to celebrate the agricultural, industrial, and technology accomplishments of Russia.

Recently, the Pavilion of Moscow Information Technology Department was given a unique exterior design to make it look like tracks of a circuit board, as the building commemorates Russia's electrical achievements. The building was constructed with fiberglass concrete and has three indoor sections: an exhibition area, a business center, and a children's play area. The architects divided these areas to give the exhibition's management the flexibility to host several events at once. The building will stand for 10 years.