Expo Milano 2015

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Presented the Milan Expo area masterplan

The Experia Masterplan is a 480,000 sqm urban regeneration plan for the Milan Expo area, proposed by the Vitali – Condotte – Stam consortium with both HOK and Progetto CMR as Lead Architects.

German Pavilion Wins Multiple Famab-Awards

The German Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 swept aside the competition to win FAMAB-Awards in no less than three categories: gold for "Best Public Event", gold for "Best Interactive Installation" and bronze for "Best Thematic Exhibition".

Austria Pavilion in top six in "Towards a Sustainable Expo"

The Austria Pavilion is a combination of architectural solutions and futuristic urban design, which takes full advantage of the performance of nature.

Austria Pavilion leader of "Towards a Sustainable Expo"

Thanks to the  Breathe.Austria project, overseen by Klaus K.

Milan's Castello Sforzesco hosts Water Design

Having relocated from Bologna for Expo 2015, the annual event celebrating water-related design will be exhibiting its water-inspired installations against the evocative backdrop of the Cortile della Rocchetta and Corte Ducale from 2 to 11 October.

Italcementi launches biodynamic cement for cleaner air

The innovative cement-based mortar used in the construction of the exterior structure and interior facades of the Italy Pavilion at EXPO 2015 has a high degree of fluidity, which makes it suitable for producing non-structural, pre-fabricated architectural elements with complex geometries and…

Italcementi launches biodynamic cement for cleaner air

From Expo 2015 to the international market, i.active BIODYNAMIC cement by Italcementi is now officially available and on sale worldwide. The innovative cement-based mortar used in the construction of the exterior structure and interior facades of Palazzo Italia, designed by Nemesi & Partners…

Laminam and the Polish Pavilion at Expo 2015

800 sq.m of ceramic tiles from Laminam's Collection line were used in the project produced by Piotr Musialowski of 2PM, in conjunction with a team of designers from WXCA.

Grassi Pietre for the United Arab Emirates Pavilion

Designed by FOSTER+PARTNERS, the UAE Pavilion is one of the largest at Expo 2015. The Nanto-based company took care of the Emir's apartment, the flooring adjacent to the auditorium, and several staircases.

Marazzi Group supplies over 30,000 metres of product for Expo 2015

The Modena-based company's tiles were used for tiling some of the key areas of the exhibition complex, including the Cardo and Decumanus axes and Palazzo Italia.

Mapei for USA pavilion

Mapei took part in the construction of the pavilion designed by the architect James Bieber, by supplying the most appropriate and eco-sustainable solutions to meet the various requirements that arose during the different construction phases.

Expo 2015: Mapei for "Il Seme dell'Altissimo" by Emilio Isgrò

The work draws inspiration from Sicily, the artist's homeland, and replicates an orange seed, symbolising the origin of life. Mapei took part in the construction of this extraordinary sculpture by supplying products for the installation of the marble base.

Geberit and the Swiss Pavilion at EXPO 2015

Geberit took part in the construction of the Swiss Pavilion at Expo 2015, because the pavilion has a particular focus on water. The concept of the pavilion is founded on a desire to communicate the importance of the natural resources we all use.

Waiting for Expo 2015: Mapei and the Tree of Life

Mapei has contributed to the construction of the base that supports the Tree of Life. Designed by Marco Balich and standing in the middle of the Lake Arena, the work symbolises Expo 2015.

Casalgrande for Vanke Pavilion

The Chinese Vanke corporation was first to the finish-line after 10 months of work on a construction site where the Italian flag flew proudly and deservedly next to the Chinese flag, thanks to the Turin-based Bodino Engineering, which built the pavilion, and Casalgrande Padana, which supplied a…

Vanke Pavilion is first to reach completion

4 March will see the official handover of the first pavilion to reach completion at the Milan Universal Expo, belonging to the Chinese company Vanke. An Italian flag takes its rightful place alongside the Chinese flag, thanks to the Turin-based Bodino Engineering, which built the pavilion, and…