International team awarded contract for Nordic Pavilion at Expo 2025

The contract for the design and implementation of the exhibition in the Nordic Pavilion for Expo 2025 Osaka has been awarded to the Exponex team. On board are Exponex, Wintenex, Habegger, Kvorning Design, Rintala Eggertsson Architects and Gagarin. The pavilion will represent the unity of the five Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

A visualization of the Nordic Pavilion. (Image: Team Exponex)

The pan-Nordic design team has created a story about life in the North, about values and the omnipresent relationship with nature. The exhibition takes you through Nordic societies, where trust and cooperation have always been binding elements. Important industrial solutions on a global scale are included in the experience. Kvorning Design, Rintala Eggertsson Architects and Gagarin are among the most experienced exhibition designers in the Nordic countries and have realized numerous exhibitions and museum designs over the last ten years.

The exhibition will be organized under the management of Exponex from the Czech Republic and Wintenex and Habegger from Switzerland. Their extensive experience with international exhibition venues and especially with world exhibitions is of great value to the client - a partnership between the trade promotion organizations in the Nordic countries.

The Nordic Pavilion will serve as a platform to showcase the Nordic countries' commitment to sustainability, innovation and cooperation. The concept of the pavilion is in line with the Nordic Cooperation's "Vision 2030", which aims to make the Nordic region the most sustainable and integrated region in the world by 2030.

The pavilion will offer joint Nordic activities, including theme days focusing on lifestyle and well-being, green transition and circular economy, and mobility and connectivity. These activities will showcase the shared values and strengths of the Nordic countries and promote cooperation and exchange between Nordic and Japanese stakeholders.

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