Once again, one year after realizing the first Yota Pavillion in 2013, External Reference Architects have been able to successfully produce an immersive experience to the visitors.This year’s industry-defining event, Mobile World Congress, was once again hosted inthe Mobile World Capital Barcelona, at two world-class venues, Fira Gran Via and FiraMontjuic. More than 85.000 attendees from over 200 countries were treated to a wealth oflearning and networking opportunities, product showcases and announcements, inspiration and innovation.Also this year the main purpose of the booth is inducing a deep sensory experience through light, music and projections.Above, a topographic ceiling generates an attractive, evocative call, punctuated by thedeep music rhythm. Below, an eroded landscape dialogues with the ceiling. This techno landscape has two different natures:1. Inside it is made of a series of ribbons and it is smooth, clear and sensual. It embodies all the needs of the Pavilion through simples ribbons deformations: size increasing for encapsulating the devices or size reduction for integrating the projection areas. Moreover this landscape cover the functional areas such as: technical rooms and two meeting rooms.2. Outside it is the result of the erosion. A dark dotted surface whose pattern allows toperceive the mesmerizing light effects of the inside.All in all, the whole project should be thought of as a welcoming plaza where the visitorscan appreciate a sensorial experience and discover the new products showcased byYota Devices.