Dubai Expo 2020: Here are the winning designs

The winning design for the Opportunity Pavilion was submitted by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), a group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers based in Copenhagen and New York.



The winning design for the Opportunity Pavilion was submitted by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), a group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers based in Copenhagen and New York.
The winning design for the Opportunity Pavilion was submitted by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), a group of architects, designers, builders and thinkers based in Copenhagen and New York.
Foster + Partners, the internationally renowned practice, based in London, submitted the winning proposal for the Mobility Pavilion.
Foster + Partners, the internationally renowned practice, based in London, submitted the winning proposal for the Mobility Pavilion.
Foster + Partners, the internationally renowned practice, based in London, submitted the winning proposal for the Mobility Pavilion.
Foster + Partners, the internationally renowned practice, based in London, submitted the winning proposal for the Mobility Pavilion.
The winning design for the Sustainability Pavilion, which will become a long term 'cluster' centre promoting innovative technologies, was submitted by Grimshaw Architects.
The winning design for the Sustainability Pavilion, which will become a long term 'cluster' centre promoting innovative technologies, was submitted by Grimshaw Architects.
The winning design for the Sustainability Pavilion, which will become a long term 'cluster' centre promoting innovative technologies, was submitted by Grimshaw Architects.
The winning design for the Sustainability Pavilion, which will become a long term 'cluster' centre promoting innovative technologies, was submitted by Grimshaw Architects.

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