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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 561-565


INBITHAQ EVENT DISTRICT

Lujain Alhibshi, Kholoud Moumani.

Abstract
The vision 2030 of Saudi Arabia has introduced entertainment as part of the vision to improve the economy and society of the country, as there is a lack of cultural and entertainment venues in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Thus, this work has proposed the development of ‘Inbithaq’ event district at Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. This work has aimed to provide theatres, multi-purpose halls, and outdoor event spaces that are fully equipped for culture and entertainment events. In this work, four case studies were analysed in terms of entertainment centre architecture. Based on the analysed case studies, for the proposed ‘Inbithaq’ event district, the estimated overall gross floor area is 181285 m2. The zone of the ‘Inbithaq’ project is comprised of large theatre, small theatre, multipurpose event hall, office building, amphitheatre, outdoor event space, restaurants, retails shops, outdoor areas and parking. Three sites were proposed for the development of this entertainment district. Site evaluation was carried out to finalize the proposed site. Based on site evaluation analysis, site 2 attained the highest score of 135.This project is the first of its kind in the country, and it can significantly increase entertainment quality in Saudi Arabia and contribute to Saudi Arabia's economy.

Key words: Event, district, cultural, entertainment, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia



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