The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia revealed on Sunday the design of its pavilion for the upcoming Expo 2020 Dubai.
The pavilion will be second in size only to that of the UAE pavilion, covering an area the size of two football pitches.
The pavilion's design is "distinctive and memorable" symbolising Saudi Arabia's "welcoming character, long heritage and unlimited drive", according to a statement detailing the reveal.
The pavilion facade opens "like a large window into the future, soaring into the sky and reflecting a society deeply rooted in its culture with unlimited ambitions," it added.
Balancing the richness of Kingdom's history, culture and natural wonders with the boundless energy and creativity of its people, the pavilion will give visitors an immersive experience of the country's transformation - a country where rich tradition, ambition and innovation are shaping its, and the world’s, future.
A path will lead visitors through exhibition displays which highlight the country’s openness to businesses and tourists, and its desire to build links and collaborate with countries to create a better future for everyone.
Construction of the pavilion, designed by Boris Micka Associates, began in early February 2019.