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The Danish Pavilion for Expo 2010 by Bjarke Ingels Group

The Danish Pavilion design

the Danish Pavilion is beautiful architecture design designed in in Shanghai, China by Copenhagen-based Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) for the 2010 World Expo. The Danish pavilion does not only exhibit the Danish virtues. Through interaction, the visitors are able to actually experience some of Copenhagen’s best attractions – the city bike, The bike is a popular mean of transportation and a national symbol. the harbor bath, the water has become clean enough to swim in. In the heart of the pavilion the guests will find the Harbour Pool. Children can dapple their feet in the water and thus experience how it is like to live in a Danish city where the water in the harbour is clean. and the playground and the picnic.

The Danish Pavilion bike park

This Architect design also designed a ‘social bench’ that will run alongside the bicycle lane. In some places, the bench adapts to its environment elastically and different functions are added such as a bar for food and drink. via

The Danish Pavilion biker route The Danish Pavilion ice skating The Danish Pavilion stair The Danish Pavilion swimming pool The Danish Pavilion yard
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