The King Salman Urban Charter for Architecture and Urbanism Exhibition celebrates the urban vision inspired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz. The visitors will experience an inspiring urban journey in a traveling exhibition between four cities (Riyadh, Jeddah, Abha, Dhahran ). The exhibition contains distinguished projects that won international and local awards.
The cumulative growth and evolution of a local community celebrates civic pride, respects the past and is rooted in an understanding and interpretation of society's physical fabric and local culture.
The presence of a tangible design rationale or thought process which seeks to create urban spaces and architecture which is genuinely and distinctly attesting of the place.
A focus on both individuals and communities at the center of any design with the purpose of improved experiences, inclusivity and social equity as major considerations.
The active pursuit of elevating the quality of life by creating a safe, attractive, socially cohesive and healthy built environment, with accessibility and convenience for all citizens.
The conscious habit of engaging in design discourse and making mind space to explore a new approach, often in deliberate collaboration with partners who have an alternative perspective to your own or specific complementary knowledge.
The practice of measurable and conscious environmental, social, and economic protection and enhancement, manifests in robust project objectives and strategic decision-making.