The pavilion emphasises the relationship between natural and artificial from the formal point of view too, by juxtaposing and overlapping opaque and clear materials, greenery and technology, areas open to the outside and others which are closed off.
In this "assemblage" we find the particular vocabulary of MVRDV, which developed building types based on the juxtaposition and combination of different elements in the '90s and has continued to apply them since. But in Hanover it is the landscape architecture that truly stands out, with its particular function of forging the environment.
The pavilion structure is in fact characterised by six different overlapping concepts of landscape.
From the ground floor, a "dune landscape" takes us to a "greenhouse landscape", a space in which nature, and above all agricultural produce, reveal their strong link with life even in today's high tech world.