Civil Engineering and Architecture Vol. 10(3A), pp. 27 - 36
DOI: 10.13189/cea.2022.101304
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Jeddah Cultural and Social Hub Architectural Design Proposal

Tamara Bajaber *, Mohammed M.F. Mohammed
Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and Design, Effat University, Qasr Khuzam St., Kilo. 2, Old Mecca Road. P.O.BOX 34689, Jeddah 21478, Saudi Arabia


Jeddah Cultural Hub is a place to represent the modern and the traditional culture of Jeddah by establishing museums, galleries, and open spaces to the activities that are related to the culture and art. Therefore, it will include an open library and a center for literary arts. The targeted stakeholders are youth, families and expats. Also it is a place to enhance the social interaction. The goal of the project is to introduce the cultural value of Jeddah, to enhance the communication, and to let the people get more socialized. The suggested space program for the project is made of galleries and exhibition halls, library, arts and culture center, recreational zone internal, recreational zone external, administration, auditorium, and services. The site is chosen based on the site evaluation criteria, which is located on Kurnaysh road, Alshatea district, in front of Alnawras roundabout. In general, this project creates a cultural hub at a lively area in Jeddah, which promotes the importance of Jeddah culture and create social hubs through established learning centers that have different art fields such as music and poetry.

Cultural Hub, Social Hub, Modern Culture, Traditional Culture, Learning Centers

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[1] Tamara Bajaber , Mohammed M.F. Mohammed , "Jeddah Cultural and Social Hub Architectural Design Proposal," Civil Engineering and Architecture, Vol. 10, No. 3A, pp. 27 - 36, 2022. DOI: 10.13189/cea.2022.101304.

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Tamara Bajaber , Mohammed M.F. Mohammed (2022). Jeddah Cultural and Social Hub Architectural Design Proposal. Civil Engineering and Architecture, 10(3A), 27 - 36. DOI: 10.13189/cea.2022.101304.