The National Center for Space Research (Cnes) has purchased the polished building of the World’s Fair, which opens in Dubai on October 1, 2021. The France Pavilion should come to the City of Pink by the end of 2022 or 2023.
The French pavilion has not been seen by anyone for almost a year. It will finally welcome tourists from all over the world from 1stThere is October 2021 to March 31, 2022 in Dubai. Postponed for a year due to infection, the Global Expo is already aware of the pavilion’s post-exhibition space, and for the first time in its entire history. So next year, go to Toulouse!
The environmentally responsible and fully landing building with 5,000 m² of floor space and 2,500 m² of photovoltaic solar panels was transported to the United Arab Emirates by a cargo ship of 180 cargo. It has to buy Cnes for its Toulouse campus.
“A great opportunity”
The purchase of a temporary pavilion designed by architects L’Atelier Perez Prado and Celnikier & Grabli Architects is yet to be confirmed. But Philip Baptiste, chairman of Genesis, and the board of directors are still examining the purchase option in early July. “It’s a high-quality building, with the right design and seven times less energy consumption than our current campus. We could not have bought nine of such a structure, which is a great opportunity,” explains Philip Baptiste. Figaro.
21 meters high
The World’s Fair will be the largest global event of the year. This international meeting is a unique opportunity for companies to recover economically.
With its 21 meter height: Pavilion Expo offers a panoramic view of the eighth tallest pavilion and global exhibition site. The acquisition of the pavilion by Cnes should attract an audience interested in Toulouse, but probably not before the end of 2022 or 2023.
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