This is a unique project overall. It is a wicker container the form of which evokes a large basket housing three exhibition halls of very different size and configurations. In all of them Empty undertook as much the adaptation works of the general services as the specific ones, with highly complex audiovisual and lighting requirements.
Curved iron structures, metallic fabric claddings and canvases painted by hand, large glass surfaces forming spherical caps and more than 800 m2 for audiovisuals turned the Spanish Pavilion into one of the most valued on the expo grounds, reaching 7,000,000 visits.
As a distinctive element and that speaks of a country that looks towards the future, the exhibition proposal of the Spanish Pavilion included an animatronic “baby” of 6 meters in height and realistic appearance carried out in collaboration with Amalgamated Dynamics, a Los Angeles-based firm specialized in the creation of objects and cinematographic effects.
Design and production of museographic elements, audiovisuals productions and set designs.