The structure is based on a modular system that can be reconfigured to accommodate different content reflecting the extensive climatic biodiversity and cultural aspects of Azerbaijan. The first biosphere focuses on geographical landscapes of the country, the second showcases the nine geographic climatic zones of Azerbaijan, and the third is dedicated to traditional culture and innovation. All three levels, including the upper level with an elegant restaurant and terrace, are connected by escalators to three different biospheres.
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The sides of the pavilion are created using highly flexible woodover an area measuring 887 square meters, with the north side more open for natural ventilation. At the end of the exposition, the pavilion will be dismantled and moved to Baku.
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