April 27th, 2015
Expo Milano 2015 is around the corner. From May 1st to October 31st, 145 nations will be represented by their own pavilions inside an event that one can define colossal just by taking into consideration its dimensions: 3.6 million square foot all dedicated to food and nutrition.
We’ll start with something about the U.S. pavilion. The building’s design is owned to James Biber, well-known architect in New York’s scene, its title being “US Food 2.0: States to Feed the Planet”. The exhibition space made in U.S.A. has got a twofold aim: show the history of local development in agriculture from the beginning to the present day, by highlighting those aspects that made it possible, such as science application and enterpreneurship, but also to show America’s role in the future of food production worldwide. By 2050, indeed, it is estimated that the world population will reach 9 billion inhabitants. The architect sought to highlight the important role played by the traditional American farm. Among the other features, visitors will find a vertical agricultural area which will be harvested every day. No doubts that further impressive elements will be in the use of technology with a view to operation, the wooden walkway from the Coney Island boardwalk, video installations, interactive exhibition areas, roof terrace, rooms for VIP and for retail.
Tickets for the Expo Milano 2015 are already on sale: the event will supposedly attract million visitors. Rome and Milan share a number of offers for those who want to explore the event. For more information do not hesitate to contact Vivi Rome Bed & Breakfast while you’re staying in Rome!