Set in Fenaa Hayy, a multidisciplinary space for the community, this display charts the making of Jeddah’s new creative complex by waiwai, bringing together a display of early architectural sketches, drawings and models of Hayy Jameel. The exhibition unfolds through space in four chapters, following four keywords that anchor the design principles of the complex conceptually and aesthetically: Agora, meaning a gathering place and assembly in ancient Greek cities; Light, a fundamental formal component within waiwai’s conceptual toolkit; Courtyards, the heart of Hayy and around which all activity is centred; Canvas, Hayy’s facades conceptualised as a ‘blank canvas’ on which to commission public artworks by emerging and established artists and designers.