Expo 2025 in Osaka: symbolic ‘Ring’ to be world’s largest wooden structure

Check out the new perspective drawing of the large, symbolic ring-shaped roof of the Expo 2025 Osaka-Kansai venue.

Once completed, the ring-shaped roof (a.k.a Ring) will be one of the largest wooden structures in the world, spanning an area of approximately 60,000m², 12m high (20m on the outside) and about 615m in inner diameter.

The area under the Ring is designed to be a comfortable space for people to stay, sheltering them from the rain, wind and sun. It also acts as a passageway for those passing through the venue. From its roof, visitors can look over the entire venue. If you look outside the Ring, you can enjoy the charm of the expo site surrounded by sea and sky, such as the rich nature of the Seto Inland Sea and scenic views of the setting sun.

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