The team behind the Monaco Pavilion have unveiled details about the structure.
More than 100 workers will be engaged on the project per day, with 300m2 of solar panels planned to produce an installed capacity of 51kWp.
The pavilion comprises numerous stations centred on digital transition, explorations, tropical corals, and art and culture.
It will also be home to a temporary exhibition space that is open to public organisations and private companies.
“This space has been designed to allow them to present displays to thousands of visitors,” said Albert Croesi, managing director of Monaco Inter Expo.
“We’re talking about 50,000 visitors a week – that’s 1.25million people expected to attend during the course of the Expo.”