The Architecture and Design Authority is conducting the King Salman Urban Charter exhibition in Jeddah from February 13 to 26, as part of the third stage of the Charter project, following two earlier exhibits in Riyadh and Abha.
The exhibition reflects the history of the Kingdom and its authentic cultural heritage, as envisioned by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in local architecture and its cultural connotations, and its identity that is compatible with nature, climate, and the surrounding environment.
Aside from its multiple components, the exhibition is open to everyone interested in, or an expert in, the disciplines of architecture and design, as well as their practitioners.
The exhibition is open also to anybody with an interest in architecture and design, as well as experts in those fields. It is open to all those who are interested in and specialists in the fields of architecture and design, as well as its practitioners, as well as the various segments of society who wish to enjoy its contents, which include displaying distinctive architectural models and projects that have won local and international awards, as specified in the charter.
This is an extension of the Architecture and Design Authority’s desire to embody Salmaniya architecture and to celebrate the comprehensive urban vision inspired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, as well as its desire to strengthen its qualitative partnerships with some government and private agencies to develop development work.