The reversed shape is underlined by the floors that decrease in their surface from the top down, like de-crescent rings, with a last top floor allowing the visitor a comprehensive panorama over the Expo site. The theme mobility seems to be represented by these running rings, which remind the visitor of the Italian project Lingotto by Renzo Piano whose runaways invites to speed.
While the other two theme pavilions comprehend an internal courtyard and a central plaza, the mobility pavilion will be surrounded by a green and at-night-illuminated plaza instead. Hence, the public space is composed by a landscape encompassing the building rather than within the building itself.
Light characterizes the entire structure: the natural light will reflect the sun and the surrounding desert on the façade. At night, the pavilion will be lit up projecting images of walking visitors to the outside.