It’s easy to locate the pavilion of the Czech Republic at Expo 2015. It is characterised by a large swimming pool right in front of the entrance and an imposing, half machine, half bird sculpture. This work doesn’t just have an aesthetic value, it also has a meaning: it is a symbol of the country’s capacity to make nature and technological innovation meet, an extremely focal theme in the entire Czech exhibition area.
The swimming pool instead, particularly during the hottest days in the summer, was a regenerating destination, especially for younger visitors to the World Fair. Even in this case, however, it is more than an ornament or an entertainment. Water is indeed another essential element in the Czech pavilion.
The Laboratory of Silence reproduces the microclimate of a Czech forest. Thanks to multimedia systems, connecting microscopes to screens, visitors, if they keep silent, can discover the characteristics of local vegetation
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