This Friday sees the unveiling of the UK pavilion at Expo 2005, the world exposition taking place in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The pavilion has been titled www.my-earth.org.uk and is designed by a collaborative team that comprises Landesign Studio, the Natural History Museum and Ten Alps Events. The pavilion is conceived to showcase UK capabilities in the fields of art and design, sustainable development and innovative technology in an imaginative way. Unique to Expo 2005, the UK pavilion also features a natural woodland garden.
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