The pavilion is divided into four exhibition halls, the "Ideal Fantasy City", "City Origin", "Urban Development", and "City Wisdom." The main lobby, "ideal Fantasy City" shows the Western and Eastern characteristics of an ideal city.
The concept involved an imaginary travel into the future, adopting an optimistic view of opportunities for developing habitable cities via a combination of technological progress and tradition.
Visitors walking through five exhibition rooms found examples of sustainable solutions for urban problems concerning living, traffic, energy supply, and city planning.
More than 190 countries and 50 international organizations registered to participate in the 2010 Shanghai Expo.
After the six-month run, the Expo had attracted well over 70 million visitors.
The organizers described their concept for the presentation of the city's evolution as "an inspiration for urban development in the future." The Urban Future pavilion in Zone B.
The exhibition was designed by the Spanish agency Ingeniaqued in cooperation with the Chinese artist Bu Hua.This article contains the details of the pavilions in Expo 2010.The 2010 World Expo Shanghai is the largest Expo site ever, covering more than 5.2 square kilometers and containing more than 70 exposition pavilions.The pavilion was one of the largest in this Expo 2010.The wide corridors and enormous size of the pavilion were to provide a visit with limited waiting times, compared to other pavilions.The exhibition included a "Dynamic Station", reminiscent of the architecture of train stations in the early 20th century.