Seamless Curved INFiLED LED Displays Impress at the EXPO 2020 Finland Pavilion
Dubai, UAE, 25 October 2021 – Expo 2020, hosted by Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, has officially started continuing a longtime tradition of showcasing the greatest innovations and technology advancements that have shaped the world we live in today. This year, the 182-day event, consists of 192 country pavilions, each one located in different districts. Expo 2020 is organized to connect people from different parts of the world, experience culture, art, technology, and innovation, and share ideas about world topics.
For the Finland Pavilion, JKMM Architects engaged DXB Live for the setup and integration of two curved INFiLED DB3.4mm LED displays with a total size of 104sqm. INFiLED and DXB Live worked closely together, to create a cutting-edge, seamless curved LED solution that fits to perfection the theme, technical specifications, and overall impressive design of the pavilion.
“To achieve and ensure the requested seamless curve, our R&D team customized our standard DB cabinets to eight different curving angles including the hanging bars” said Samer Otaibi, Regional Sales Manager of INFiLED Middle East. “Creative installations are in our DNA, and we are delighted to see the result and be part of this impressive project among others at Expo 2020.”
About Finland Pavilion
Located in the mobility district it the Finland Pavilion offers a Nordic oasis of clarity and serenity. The main theme of Snow Cape and Finland’s participation in Expo 2020 Dubai is ‘Sharing Future Happiness’. Finnish happiness is based on the symbiosis of people, nature, and technology. This deep connection is the origin of the quality of everyday Finnish life and the Finland pavilion communicates this happiness by taking visitors on a journey through Finland’s key strengths; nature and sustainability, education and know-how and functionality and wellbeing.
Finland Pavilion was designed by a workgroup, made up of Expomobilia, JKMM Architects, Beyond Limits, Factornova and FiveCurrents. The concept, planning and execution of the Finnish pavilion are being undertaken by JKMM Architects (Finland) and Expomobilia AG (Zurich, Switzerland).