The Swiss Pavilion has been Completed.

A Tree on the Roof Celebrates the End of the Work

by Expo Milano 2015
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Switzerland  was the first country to join Expo Milano 2015, and among the first to complete construction of its pavilion inside the Exhibition Site. On Thursday, January 29 the Swiss celebrated the completion of construction of their pavilion. Present at the opening ceremony of the structure were the Commissioner General of Switzerland for Expo 2015, Dante Martinelli ; the Consul General of Switzerland in Milan, Massimo Baggi ; Minister Pietro Lazzeri of the Swiss Embassy in Rome, Ambassador Nicolas Bideau , head of Presenza Svizzera, and Martin Messner , CEO of the group Nüssli.

Also present were representatives of the partners of the Swiss Pavilion, representatives from federal agencies specialized on the topic of nutrition, and representatives from Expo and the City of Milan along with those who work for the Pavilion. In total about 150 people attended the opening. The atmosphere was cheerful and included live music. The event made evident the great satisfaction in achieving this important milestone.

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  • David Ruud

    They may haved "topped out" but it doesn't look very "done" in the photo with the tree.

  • Filippo Colombetti

    Alla faccia della sicurezza in cantiere, sul bordo del tetto senza parapetto e con un pino in mano! Però hanno tutti l'elemento ci mancherebbe.....

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    Milan / Italy

    Expo Milano 2015 is a non-commercial Universal Exposition with some very unique and innovative features. Not only is it an exhibition but also a process, one of active participation among a large number of players around the theme of Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life. It is sustainable, technological, thematic and focused on its visitors. Open from May 1 to October 31, 2015, the Expo will host over 130 participants. Running for 184 days, this giant exhibition site, covering one million square meters, is expected to welcome over 20 million visitors. Visitors will experience a unique journey that looks at the complex theme of nutrition. They will have the possibility to take a trip around the world, sampling the food and traditions of people from all over the globe. Expo Milano 2015 will be the first Exposition in history to be remembered not only for its products but also for its contribution towards education on food and the planet’s precious resources.)

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Swiss Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015

Milan / Italy / 2015