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Shanghai 2010 World Expo Panorama Photography上海2010年世界博览会全景摄影
Shanghai World Expo 2010

Shanghai 2010 World Expo Panorama Photography上海2010年世界博览会全景摄影

法国馆的中心位置是一座法式园林,溪流沿着法式庭院流淌、小型喷泉表演、水上花园等,构成了一个清新凉爽的世界。参观者可以在阳光和水的环绕中,享受鸟鸣、美食和花香,同时,现场还会播放法国城市环境声效。法国馆除了调动参观者的视觉、嗅觉、味觉、听觉和触觉之外,还强调了动感和平衡感。在展馆内,设计师将以平衡理念作为设计背景,设置大量的视频投影、活动图像,以及不规则线条外框、反射跳动的波光……这都将使建筑物产生动感。


French Pavilion at the center is a French garden, streams flowing along the French garden, small fountain show, water gardens, which form a fresh and cool in the world. Visitors can surround the sun and water, enjoy the birds, food and flowers at the same time, the scene will play the French urban environment sound. In addition to mobilizing the French museum visitors sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch, but also stressed the dynamic and balance. In the hall, the designer will balance the concept as a design background, set the large video projection, moving images, and irregular lines of frame, reflection of waves beating ... this will make the building generate movement.

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