Saudi pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai completed
Saudi Arabia has today announced that it had completed the construction of its pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai.
Work started in February 2019 on the milestone is the second biggest only to that of the UAE pavilion, the country hosting this global event in October 2021.
The Saudi pavilion spans an area of 13,069 sqm – equivalent to two football fields, symbolizing the country’s experience in blending its rich traditions with its limitless aspirations for a bright future.
Rising six stories from the ground, the innovative façade of the building symbolizes the country’s deeply-rooted heritage, ancient culture, natural wonders, myriad opportunities and the towering ambition of the Saudi people.
Aligned with global sustainability norms and a clear environmental vision, the eco-friendly structure boasts 650 solar panels sourced from Saudi entrepreneurs and manufactured in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
A special water feature installation is set to be a prime attraction alongside a 1,320 sqm inclined mirror screen and unique art showcases attributed to Saudi artists.
A stunning art installation embedded with 2,030 crystals, to represent the Saudi Vision 2030, is also anticipated to be a big draw at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Pavilion.