5 thematic areas will embark visitors on immersive journeys through the world of food and nutrition. They are developed by the host country and its partners.
Pavilion Zero is the "opening page" of the Expo. Conceived with the United Nations, it will give visitors the tools to grasp the different issues raised by the theme through educational content and dazzling installations. Design by Michele de Lucchi.
Visitors will discover the subject of agro-biodiversity in the 14 000 square meters Biodiversity park. 7 itineraries will lead the visitor through greenhouses and gardens. The park is developed with the Facolta Agraria dell'Universita degli Studi di Milano.
The Future food district
The Future Food District is a hands-on interactive exhibition that will explore how technologies can redesign our production and consumption habits. Designed by Carlo Ratti.
Art and food
The Art and Food area is designed by Germano Celant and will showcase the aspect of food and how it has been represented in art though time. Itineraries will guide the visitor though historic masterpieces, design objects and works by contemporary artists created specially for Expo Milano 2015.
Designed for children and their families, the park will offer a space for adventure and play where children will explore the links between man, nature and animals. Design by Sabina Cantarelli and Reggio Children.
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