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Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Suneesh Sudhakaran/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Suneesh Sudhakaran/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Suneesh Sudhakaran/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© David Jimenez/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© David Jimenez/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© David Jimenez/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© David Jimenez/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© David Jimenez/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA
Singapore at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© David Jimenez/Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : WOHA

The lushly landscaped, net-zero energy Singapore pavilion shows how the city-state has overcome geographical limitations to become a green, liveable and resilient city of the future. Echoing Singapore's vision of a 'city in nature', the open-air pavilion unfolds over 1,500 square metres of soft tropical vegetation, centred on three striking themed garden cones and topped with a solar canopy and hanging garden.

Nature. Nourish. Future", the Singapore Pavilion illustrates Singapore's vision of creating a more liveable and sustainable urban environment by integrating nature, architecture and technology. Powered by solar energy and drawing on groundwater that is desalinated on site, the Singapore Pavilion is designed to be a self-sustaining ecosystem with a net zero energy target during the six months of Expo 2020 Dubai.

The Singapore Pavilion highlights how the country continues to strive for sustainability, viability and resilience through innovative urban solutions, and shares its story of how challenges are turned into opportunities through the intelligent integration of technology, design and natural resources.

What we want to show here in our small pavilion is how we can gather in a small space, nature, and how we can nurture it for the future. We hope that this place can become a space where we can have conversations about the kind of future we want.