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U.S. Selects ES Global for the USA Pavilion at Expo 2025 Osaka – United States Department of State

The Department of State is pleased to announce the selection of ES Global to design and construct the USA Pavilion at Expo 2025 Osaka.  Expos, also known in the U.S. as World’s Fairs, are historic opportunities to showcase American values, enterprise, culture, and global leadership and to work with international partners to tackle shared global challenges.

ES Global is a global firm that specializes in the design, specification, management, assembly, and dismantling of temporary structures and installations for cultural projects.  They will partner with Trahan Architects and BRC Imagination Arts to design and construct the USA Pavilion and its exhibition.  Louisiana-based Trahan Architects is an award-winning architecture firm founded on the belief that the mindful design of everyday spaces can elevate human experience.  California-based BRC Imagination Arts is a full-service, strategic design and production company with extensive experience designing pavilions for Expos and Olympics, translating cultural stories into unforgettable experiences.  The project will also receive support from project management group Alchemy International. You can find out more information about each of the firms here:  ES Global Trahan Architects BRC Imagination Arts Alchemy International .

The USA Pavilion theme “Imagine” encourages visitors to visualize themselves in the United States as we support advances in sustainability, space exploration, education, and entrepreneurship.  The “Imagine” theme inspires visitors to envision themselves studying at our top-tier universities, touring various parts of the United States, appreciating the country’s natural beauty and sustainability efforts, and joining our journey back to the moon and beyond.  Expo 2025 Osaka will open in April 2025 and is expected to receive 28.2 million visits over the course of its six-month duration.

For further information, please email RPPR_Expo@state.gov.  For press inquiries, please contact Britny Patterson at PattersonB@state.gov.


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