«Al Jazeera» – Medina:
His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Governor of the Al Medina Region, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Regional Development Authority, visited the “King Salman Urban Charter” exhibition, which is organized by the Architecture and Design Authority within activities. Medina Book Fair organized at King Salman International Conference Centre.
Prince Faisal bin Salman listened to the interpretation of models presented by the exhibition for a group of prestigious projects that won international and local awards, and preserved cultural values from the city of Riyadh, reaching their influence in the rest of the kingdom. , and the roots of culture and authenticity of different regions of the state.
His Excellency, the Emir of Al-Madina al-Munawwrah Region, praised the exhibition, which reflects the creative architectural philosophy that began with the idea of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, patron of the Two Holy Mosques – God protect him – of the seventies. decade, and this interest was fueled by models of architectural masterpieces distributed throughout the capital, including: Al-Huqam Palace and Al-Masmaq Palace King Abdulaziz Historical Center, Great Mosque, Tuwaiq Palace, Al Kindi Square, Al Seferat District, Al Turaif Historic Neighborhood, Al Muqbel Palaces, Souk Al Thumairi, Wadi Hanifa, King Khalid International Airport, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, King Fahd National Library, and many other unique architectural models. His Majesty pointed out that King Salman Urban’s Exhibition Charter reaffirms the Patron’s approach to the architectural excellence of Saudi buildings from other countries of the world.
Salamiya architecture represents an inspiring urban identity that embodies our culture and heritage, expressing the originality of the place while preserving the national and cultural heritage.
This architectural model seeks to enhance the environmental, climatic, social and economic aspects, enhance the quality of life and provide a healthy and safe environment with a unique visual aesthetic. Whereas the “King Salman Urban Charter” aims at embodying the architectural authenticity and highlighting the vision of the Guardian of the Two Holy Mosques with respect to local roots and authentic national identity based on cultural, spatial, social and climatic conditions. conditions.