The pavilion had a honeycomb structure and consisted of a common room and an inner courtyard through which light flowed.
On the upper floor there were separate rooms for each region.
The pavilion was made of a white metal structure with a steel roof screwed on in a latticework, which created a play of light and shadow.
The Flanders hall presented successful artists in a modern design.
In the Walloon Hall, glass and crystal columns provided a surface for projecting films on technology and agriculture.
A 360° cinema presented the capital Brussels in a new light.