Architecture and Design Commission Launches Ambassadors of King Salman Charter for Architecture and Urbanism Program

Riyadh, September 21, 2023, SPA — The Architecture and Design Commission has launched the “Ambassadors of the King Salman Charter for Architecture and Urbanism” program during a ceremony held at the Saudi National Museum in Riyadh.
In the presence of Commission’s CEO Sumaya Al-Sulaiman, the names of 16 ambassadors selected based on their experiences and contributions in the architecture sector were announced.
Al-Sulaiman said that the program’s launch stems from the commission’s commitment to support and empower the architecture and design community and achieve its ambitious vision for the advancement and development of the sector.
The ambassadors expressed their gratitude to the commission for choosing them and stressed their commitment to realizing the vision of the charter, which is to create architectural excellence and improve the quality of life for all people through forming architectural environments that build on cultural and environmental heritage and emulate the future.
The ambassadors’ program aims to raise awareness of the charter’s methodology within the architecture and design community by highlighting its vision and six core values: authenticity, continuity, human centricity, livability, innovation, and sustainability.
The ambassadors’ role will primarily focus on increasing knowledge and promoting the best urban practices included in the charter’s methodology.
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