- The pavilion had already won the Platinum Certificate in LEED by the US Green Building Council (USGBC)
- Has also logged a record number of visits, with more than four million visitors since its launch
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai has won an award within the best pavilion category, along with two honorary awards, following selection by the EXHIBITOR magazine, which hands out awards during each edition of the world famous exhibition.
The Saudi pavilion won the award for the best pavilion in the category of large suites, as well as the honorary award in the category of best exterior design and best display.
The pavilion had won the Platinum Certificate in LEED by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), and it also holds three Guinness World Records, for the largest interactive light floor, the longest interactive water curtain at 32 meters in length, and the largest interactive digital screen mirror with its area of more than 1,240 square meters.
EXHIBITOR magazine is the main evaluator of Expo world fairs, with its competition which it has been organizing for more than 30 years, and through which it honors the best-designed exhibitions, according to the assessment of an international committee composed of design, marketing and events experts.
The Saudi pavilion has attracted the attention of visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai since its launch last October, providing a unique visitor experience that takes visitors to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's past, present and future through an impressive journey, in which technology us mixed with knowledge and creative arts that reflect the Kingdom's growth and prosperity in all fields.
It has also logged a record number of visits, with more than four million visitors since its launch.
Source: Arab News