7. CanadaCanada's pavilion for its unique design and green approach. The walls of the complex are composed of 4,000 sq m of Canadian red cedar, which give it excellent ecological look. The wooden boards are individually fastened to a frame and can be easily dismantled and reused for other projects after the Expo. Moreover, the pavilion's external walls are evergreen seedlings that operate as a natural bio air filter and collect rainwater for use inside the complex. Such green walls can be found in cities across Canada including Montréal and Vancouver.
3. South Korea
1. United Kingdom
The exhibitions inside the pavilion were created by Troika, a renowned art and design practice from London. They illustrate the UK's past, presence and the country's vision for the future regarding the city life.