The design and content of the Pavilion is this result of a close collaboration between Boris Micka Associates and Tamschick Media+Space. The Pavilion aims to educate the visitors about the foreign relations between Saudi Arabia and the world, nurture the Saudi culture and encourage international cultural dialogue.
The exhibition is conceived with virtual exhibits, three-dimensional objects, documents and audiovisuals. The visit starts in the second floor with a chronological introduction, moving into several scenarios of the Saudi State and small areas that represent each of the Saudi Kings until today.
The first floor shows the role of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. There is a central giant audiovisual sphere that presents a world connected by foreign relations. A multimedia showcase covers the entire perimeter creating semi-holographic images that merge with the exhibited objects. The ground floor serves as a multipurpose area for events of guest countries.