- Affluence, wisdom and environment
- "Giant's Kettle" structure, Sauna center, Paper battery
- Zone C
- National Pavilion Day:
- 27th May, 2010
The 3,000-square-meter Finland Pavilion, named "Kirnu" ("Giant's Kettle"), is surrounded by the lake emerging like an island from the surface of the water over which a bridge is built to lead you into the pavilion. The pavilion façade made from the recycled paper and plastic, the roof plants absorbing the sun heat, the airy wall and roof are all showcasing the fresh and wise green ideas.
The three-story building houses the Kirnu forum, a restaurant, a shop, the cloakroom, public restrooms, and storage spaces in the ground floor. The exhibition in circular arc form has stored you many creative technologies like the paper battery. And entertainment, meeting, and staff facilities can be found on the third floor.
One intriguing facility in the cool pavilion is a 100-square-meter steaming sauna center for you to experience the sauna tradition in Finnish daily life.