The design of the Slovenian Pavilion is based on its historic contrast – before and after independence. The first part of the building symbolise a metaphor of war and communist control, therefore I have chosen to use a concrete facade and prefabricated concrete blocks to induce monotony, sameness and reinforce a sense of a collective atmosphere and culture. Visitors will be oppressed by the concrete blocks of different sizes. This feeling of oppression and containment will be multiplied by mirrored walls and ceilings. The ted Plush flooring and walls, which is covering random parts between the blocks establishes a symbolic path to follow and red symbolises colour of the communist period and blood which was shed in contrast with the softness of the red material. This infers that not everything in the communist Slovenia represented a negative. Both part of the building are connected by a prefabricated glass block tunnel which suggests transition and change and the famous “Biron Declaration” of independence. People can feel and see the change but it will take some time to reach its end. Second part of the building is a symbol of independent Slovenia; this is welcoming and spacious, open and positive. The facade of the buildings is made from armacout smooth plaster as well as walls, floor and ceiling to create sleek, hard and elegant design and to induce feeling of freedom, sophistication and distinction. Dominance of the second part are its full size windows along both sides of the pavilion and beautify designed cafe with its playful colours and shapes made from acrylic sheets to show Slovenia today.