The Spanish Pavilion is in its final finishing stages at Expo Milano 2015. The large space - over 3,300 metres squared distributed over three levels - will be infact delivered by the 12th April.
"The theme of Spain will be tradition and innovation, in all their declinations linked to nutrition" said Javier Elorza, the Spanish Ambassador in Rome, during the presentation event to the press of the Pabellon Espana. Thus, the large Iberian location inspired to a double naved greenhouse and designed by the architectural studio b720 Fermin Vazquez Aequitecto, will have various spaces dedicated to food and conviviality. There will be tapas bars, a space with music perfect even for cocktails for Expo by Night and a gourmand restaurant.
"We count on having an average of 1,300 diners every day, for the whole length of the Exhibition" say the managers of the Pavilion. A Pavilion which, apart from being beautiful and good, is purely eco: it is infact made of wood, cork and other natural materials, in a way that makes it entirely recycable. WIthin the interior of the space, there will be an area dedicated to debates and discussions linked particularly to sustainable nutrition and innovation: a bright location able to host about 80 people