The UK’s largest architectural company BDP has been appointed by the Public Authority of Housing Welfare to design a landmark building for the new settlement. The center will be a projection of the rich history and will provide state-of-the-art facilities and an inspirational home for a wide range of cultural activities.
The Cultural Centre lies at the heart of the new city. The scheme is designed to act as a physical reference point for the city centre, featuring a ‘unique’ public gathering space. The architects have designed a roof canopy that will provide shade and harness solar energy when integrated with photovoltaic panels. The aerial view of the building will make it look like a lily pond, which is yet another bewildering aspect of the center. Enjoy the photos below:
Images courtesy of BDP