Gallery: Top 6 Stunning Green Pavilions at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo


Moanco Pavilion

Wrapped in a illuminated wave of LED lights, the Moanco Pavilion is powered by solar panels. Inspired by the waters of the Mediterranean, the shimmering pavilion is like “a rock surrounded by the dancing light of a perfect sea”.
+ Naço Architectures
photo credit: designboom

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