The Belgian pavilion presented the history of how Belgian artists, from Van Eyck to contemporary designers, looked at the nature around them. The way in which they integrated this nature into their work not only produced the works of art that are admired to this day, but also influenced society. The exhibits combined artistic imagination with state-of-the-art technology. One example is the space dedicated to the "Regions and Communities" where the most sophisticated devices provided a projection of the image of Belgium. A playground was also set aside for children.