Under the name 'Water Circles', the Danish participation focuses on the experience of technologies that start small but have the potential to end up causing global change. The space was inspired by the colours of nature, and the changing lights set the mood and invite the public to stop and learn about the country's different races.
The pavilion is divided into five exhibition cylinders. Inside, visitors can immerse themselves in the magic of Denmark and feel the power of nature or stop in the middle of a rainbow to learn about the countless possibilities of light, as well as experience the sensation of being as small as a molecule or come face to face with the effects of global warming. The outside is dedicated to technology. In this way, the wind cylinder tells the story of a country of only five million people that has become the world's supplier to the wind industry. The water cylinder talks about planning cities that can cope with the extreme weather conditions of the future, while the light cylinder shows how architecture combines sustainability and style. The biomass cylinder focuses on the production of biofuels.
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