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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy sets out how Weston Williamson + Partners uses and protects any information that you give us when you use this website. We are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement. We may change this policy from time to time by updating this page; please check back from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from May 1 2018.

What we collect

  • Contact information including email address
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What we do with the information we gather

  • Internal record keeping
  • We may use the information to improve our products and services


We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

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Controlling your personal information

  • You may request details of, or deletion of, personal information which we hold about you under the General Data Protection Regulation 2018. If you would like a copy of the information held on you please telephone the studio on +44 (0) 20 7401 8877



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UK Pavilion, Dubai Expo 2020

Our design for the UK Pavilion takes the concepts of the hidden networks of nature, the internet and the brain and transforms them into an immersive experience which transcends cultures and languages.

A holistic design that unites structure and content

The theme of Expo 2020 Dubai is ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’; exploring the power of collaboration and partnership to create a better world. The Department for International Trade sought a design for the UK Pavilion, located in the Opportunity district of the Expo site,that would create an original, inspiring and memorable visitor experience. The building and its interactive contents needed to capture the theme in an easily understandable way for a global, multi-cultural audience with an estimated footfall of 8,000 visitors per hour. The design had to demonstrate a careful use of materials, the ability to recycle and re-use, energy efficiency and good waste management.

A totally immersive experience

Our pavilion takes the concepts of invisible digital networks and physical, natural underground networks, and makes them visible and interactive. It consists of a grid of interconnected light tubes, hanging like stalactites from an over-sailing canopy roof.

The interior space is designed to absorb visitors within the network and is cloaked by a perimeter veil. The design encourages visitors to explore the space freely and create their own journeys. Temporary exhibitions are there to be discovered at various points, deep within the ‘forest’ Sensors in the floor, walls and light tubes capture movement, touch and sound and translate these into signals that shoot up the tubes and across the canopy to emerge elsewhere. The signals can be seen from outside too so the building appears to be responsive and alive.

These dynamic elevations maximise the use of the prominent corner site in the Opportunity district.

The height and positioning of the building means it can be clearly seen and understood by visitors across the Expo site.

The space is accessible to all; an entirely interactive exhibition, requiring no descriptions or staff to communicate. Transcending cultural and language barriers, it can be easily understood.

The roof canopy provides shade for all the visitors. The underside of the roof is undulating with strategic breaks placed in line with the high points to create passive stack ventilation. The kinetic energy generated by visitors walking through the exhibition is captured by smart floor tiles and powers the lighting. Further energy is generated via photovoltaic panels.

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