Oman Pavilion in Dubai expo 2020
Oman’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry for Oman Pavilion in Expo 2020. The Oman Pavilion in Expo 2020 titled ‘Generations of Opportunity’ is based on the storytelling of Luban and its life cycle. Each part of the life cycle allows us to explore Opportunity through the themes of Growth, Harvest, Trade, and Use. Oman Pavilion Expo 2020 draws inspiration from local Omani nature that represents opportunity, with the main source of inspiration being the Luban Tree. That references
the long trade history linked to the Luban tree and frankincense that spanned centuries, and the opportunity it represents to this day as a unique natural element and local product. The structure is made up of the ground floor, first and second floors, with a BUA of about 2,200 sqm. The form is
inspired by the Luban tree itself. The low shade-giving branches of the tree are recalled in the organic asymmetrical flowing form of the building. The structure is also characterized by the fact that it can be dismantled to be transported back to the Sultanate.
F&M Middle East was assigned as the Lead Design and Site Supervision Consultant to conduct Concept Architectural Design Review & Concept Engineering Design, Interior Design for all non-exhibition spaces, Structural Design, MEP Designs including Fire Services Design, Infrastructure and Civil Works Design, Landscape Design and Site Supervision.
Ministry of Commerce & Industry & Ministry of Heritage
Design Review of Concept Design, All Engineering Disciplines, Site Supervision
Expo Dubai, Dubai ,UAE
PROJECT AREA : BUA 1,950 sqm Land Area 1,860 sqm
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