96 pavilions from all over the world participated in the Expo Milano 2015. This Expo focuses on one of the most pressing issues in the world - nutrition - and the theme of "Nurturing the Earth, Energy for Life". Designed by Studio Arthur Casas and Atelier Marko Brajovic, the Brazilian Pavilion is considered one of the most attractive pavilions and attracts thousands of visitors. The pavilion features a large open space of A588 weather-resistant steel traversed by an overhead network, from which visitors can walk. The pavilion is considered to be “diverse as Brazilian culture” and has created a route that floats on native Brazilian plants.
Outside the exhibition, Arthur Casas created a paradise with elastic ropes. Planting special Brazilian plants under the net for visitors to enjoy while playing. The weathering steel frame is orange and yellow, and it is worthy of the fertile soil of South America. “It’s not a cliché to interpret.” The designer said, “The rope network is the network, so that tourists from all over the world can gather here to discover the strangeness of strangers and share the same surprise and joy.”