Pavilion

Baden-Württemberg House

Pavilion

Baden-Württemberg House

The Baden-Württemberg House shall be the embodiment of Baden-Württemberg as a home of innovation, business, research, tourism and culture at Expo 2020 in Dubai. At the same time, the pavilion shall provide a venue for showcasing the many world-leading SMEs, corporations and educational and research institutions that are based in the region. The House offers enterprises and educational institutions numerous opportunities to present themselves and their services to a broad international audience in a number of different ways. Key players from Baden-Württemberg will present themselves here not only as innovative individuals, but also as partners within a strong network which works together to develop new solutions. This makes the Baden-Württemberg House a lively site of dialogue and encounters.

The Baden-Württemberg House shall be the embodiment of Baden-Württemberg as a home of innovation, business, research, tourism and culture at Expo 2020 in Dubai. At the same time, the pavilion shall provide a venue for showcasing the many world-leading SMEs, corporations and educational and research institutions that are based in the region. The House offers enterprises and educational institutions numerous opportunities to present themselves and their services to a broad international audience in a number of different ways. Key players from Baden-Württemberg will present themselves here not only as innovative individuals, but also as partners within a strong network which works together to develop new solutions. This makes the Baden-Württemberg House a lively site of dialogue and encounters.

2.300
Quadratmeter
5.0
Digitalisierungsgrad
2
Ebenen
181
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SHOWPIECE FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

The arts of engineering
and
architecture

The building showcases the arts of engineering and architecture as well as interdisciplinary collaboration in Baden-Württemberg – an impressive demonstration of pioneering and sustainable ideas and solutions for the construction of the future.

The main body of the building seems to hover above the ground. It is formed around a supporting structure reminiscent of traditional Swabian timber framing.

The pavilion’s design uses innovative materials and state-of-the-art carbon concrete to structure the external area, stabilise the footpaths, minimise the volume of concrete and thus reduce the CO2 footprint.

SPECIAL FEATURES

Highlight

"Cool Pool”: On the ground floor the climate engineers from Transsolar have developed a “pool” of cool air as symbol of Baden-Württemberg’s famous misty lakes. After entering the Expo site in the Dubai heat, visitors can immerse themselves in a refreshing Black Forest climate. The cool pool of air is visible, thanks to an “Innovation Cloud” – an artificially created blanket of mist. The cool microclimate this creates improves the physical comfort of the visitors and is part of an energy concept based on a largely regenerative energy supply from Baden-Württemberg, which is supported by hybrid PVT panels.

CONTINUED USE

A House with a future

An important aspect of the Baden-Württemberg House is its post-Expo use as an educational institution. In cooperation with a Baden-Würtemberg technical college, the building will become a permanent place of learning for dual study programmes (apprenticeship alongside college-based learning). Currently the Baden-Württemberg House team is holding talks with Expo 2020 Dubai and the local authorities to determine what form this continued use might take.

SHOWPIECE FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

The arts of engineering
architecture

The building showcases the arts of engineering and architecture as well as interdisciplinary collaboration in Baden-Württemberg – an impressive demonstration of pioneering and sustainable ideas and solutions for the construction of the future.

 

The main body of the building seems to hover above the ground. It is formed around a supporting structure reminiscent of traditional Swabian timber framing.

 

The pavilion’s design uses innovative materials and state-of-the-art carbon concrete to structure the external area, stabilise the footpaths, minimise the volume of concrete and thus reduce the CO2 footprint.

SPECIAL FEATURES

Highlight

"Cool Pool”: On the ground floor the climate engineers from Transsolar have developed a “pool” of cool air as symbol of Baden-Württemberg’s famous misty lakes. After entering the Expo site in the Dubai heat, visitors can immerse themselves in a refreshing Black Forest climate. The cool pool of air is visible, thanks to an “Innovation Cloud” – an artificially created blanket of mist. The cool microclimate this creates improves the physical comfort of the visitors and is part of an energy concept based on a largely regenerative energy supply from Baden-Württemberg, which is supported by hybrid PVT panels.

CONTINUED USE

A House with a future

An important aspect of the Baden-Württemberg House is its post-Expo use as an educational institution. In cooperation with a Baden-Würtemberg technical college, the building will become a permanent place of learning for dual study programmes (apprenticeship alongside college-based learning). Currently the Baden-Württemberg House team is holding talks with Expo 2020 Dubai and the local authorities to determine what form this continued use might take.

ABOUT US

The makers

The organisers:

The Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Engineers (INGBW), Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik und Messe GmbH & Co. KG (FWTM) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO as scientific project initiators

 

The building contractors:

NÜSSLI Adunic AG from Hüttwilen, Switzerland

 

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