The Australian pavilion has been designed to read in its surrounds as a bold sculptural form, both modern and organic. Set in a stark abstract landscape of the World Expo Site, the sensuous ribbon of the facade generates an undulating form which is designed to have no obvious front, rear or sides. The prominent entry is articulated by a large glazed tear and illuminated signage. The form varies dramatically as one moves through the surrounding streets.
- Architects: Wood Marsh Architecture
- Project: Australian Pavilion
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Completion Date: 2010