The Chinese have a way of making heads turn with some pretty astounding designs that they’ve presented to humankind since forever. Most recently, two Chinese design schools joined hands to create China’s Pavilion that will feature at the Milan Expo 2015. Designed in collaboration between Tsinghua University and New York-based Studio Link-Arc, the pavilion is inspired by wheat fields and the wind, making it an eye-catching and out-of-the-box structure.
Covering an area of 5,000-square-meter, the pavilion called the Land of Hope sports a floating roof carefully designed to resemble billowing wheat fields. Made from timber and bamboo, the building will play home to exhibits from the eastern land and also boasts an LED centerpiece, again, designed to replicate wheat fields. Don’t miss this fascinating piece of architecture at the 2015 Milan Expo!
[Via – My-Modern-Met]