All visitors could individually explore the site, which was around 2,000 sq. m. in size and contained a centrally located star-shaped pavilion building that was optically withdrawn in its entirety. Its mirrored facades made the energy field appear as though stretching into infinity. Via raised corners of the star, visitors could gain access to the also mirrored entrance area on the ground floor. Prismatic refractions encouraged a collective spatial experience of social networking without any hint of scale whatsoever.
The center of the pavilion was on the upper floor; a seven-meter high round room with panoramic projection. Poetic images in a reduced black-and-white aesthetic conveyed the company’s readiness to assume responsibility with regard to sustainable energy concepts and for a life in harmony with nature. In line with the expo’s slogan ‘Living Ocean and Coast’, the protagonists of the narration were a pearl diver and a whale. They symbolized the connection between the marine world and the mainland, between nature and human influence. The visitor also became involved: in the last scene in the film, the shadow he/she threw became a surface for a back-projection. In this way, the message of sustainability was directly aimed at the individual. The circle of interaction between the recipient and the staged setting closed.