Piotr Musiałowski and 2PM architects came up with the Polish pavilion at Expo 2015, a structure which, from the outside, looks like a simple, rectangular box made from wooden boxes. In fact, once you enter the pavilion, there’s much more to it than that! The design of the pavilion relates to apples, one of Poland’s top exports, so the outside is designed as if made from apple crates, while on the inside visitors can find a typical Polish orchard full of apple trees, as if the structure were the packaging of the surprise within. There are plenty of mirrors, making the orchard scene seem infinite, and adding the impression of light and space to the construction. Beyond the orchard is a large installation of an apple containing a colourful bas-relief depicting another part of the exhibition. There is also an on-site store full of Polish regional products and offering tasters of traditional produce, as well as a relaxing restaurant offering the country’s specialities. Throughout the pavilion, visitors are exposed to the story of Poland’s economic success, as well as exhibits and tales of the regions of the country. Of course, there are multimedia and interactive installations to keep visitors entertained too. Check out some pictures below, or read more about Poland’s healing herbs and folk fashion here.