1st January, 2014
The China National Wetland Exhibition showcased a series of displays at the Hangzhou Xixi National park. In the exhibition, Tri-Wall China designed and built most of the displays.
It is the largest wetland museum in Mainland China. This time, the museum serves as an educational tool to introduce each regional wetland park to the public. In addition to describing the history of the wetlands, the displays were also designed to tell the story of the relationships between humans and the environment. This exhibition will be displayed for three months, and the total exhibition area is about 700 square meters.
This project was supported by the designers from Tri-Wall Research and Development Center and staffs from Tri-Wall Pinghu. Because of their collaboration, although the time was limited, they provided a very successful exhibition to their customer in a timely manner.