NEOM launches an exhibition for “The Line” designs in Jeddah

The NEOM exhibition for the designs of the future city “The Line” kicked off Monday, August 1, and the exhibition includes detailed designs, architectural and engineering presentations of the innovative city. His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the NEOM Board of Directors, announced these designs on July 25.

The exhibition allows its visitors to get acquainted with the features and capabilities of the architectural and engineering “The Line” closely, and a deeper understanding of the idea of ​​designs directly. It will be held in the “Jeddah Superdome” in Jeddah, and it begins on the first of next August and continues until the fourteenth of the same month, after which it will move to the Eastern Province and then the capital, Riyadh, where tickets can be booked, all of which will be free, through the “Hala Yalla” application. For events, click on the link.

Visitors can tour it from 10 am until 11 pm, as the exhibition will present 50 tours per day at an hourly rate for each tour to see the contents of the exhibition, in which visitors will be accompanied by guides in both Arabic and English.

The line’s designs are characterized by unique elements that make them a global model for what the cities of the future should be, as they are human-centered, in harmony with nature, and 200 meters wide, 170 kilometers long, and 500 meters above sea level. The city will be built on an area not exceeding 34 square kilometers. This small area compared to other cities will contribute to preserving 95% of NEOM’s land for nature, and will accommodate about 9 million people, which is completely unprecedented in cities of this size.

It is worth noting that the designs of The Line are a reflection of what urban communities will be like in the future in an environment free from streets, cars, and emissions, and relies on 100% renewable energy, making human health and well-being an absolute priority, rather than the priority of transportation and infrastructure, as in cities. traditional.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Andrew Inglis

    This development looks like the way to go in future towns and cities !

  2. Muhammad Arfan

    The city of Future “NEOM”

  3. giulia

    the width of the project suggests that could be rather boring living there, something similar to a precocious retirement house

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