EXPO Milano 2015 is a clear proof that some countries think strategically. They adapt their approaches to the needs of their societies. Other countries lack vision and much needed flexibility. Expecting large crowds of public and yet building static pavilions, which encourage visitors to stay in a pavilion in order to participate in various interactive features that a pavilion offers, while others wait to get in, shows exactly that – the lack of vision. On the other hand, the more progressive countries have adapted designs of their exposition pavilions to absorb large quantities of visitors by building walk-through pavilions, where visitors don’t waste their time having to wait long hours to visit. This displays country’s ability to adapt to various challanges it is faced with. Let’s applaud the clever and adaptive countries!
For this reason our favorite pavilion of the EXPO 2015 was British pavilion.