Should the mosque be isolated from the urban surroundings, and be transformed into a functional urban space or should it be an extension of the urban environment? Does the function and the visual symbolism of the mosque contradict the idea of spatial harmony and extended space? This design attempts to present ideas in the urban function of the mass of the mosque, not only the social role of the mosque.
The ceiling of the prayer hall has become a place of movement and social use, with the emphasis on the visual and spatial axis of the sanctuary and the entrance to the main mosque through glass windows that allow natural light to express the mosque’s ability to emerge from its historical model and to adapt to the requirements of contemporary architecture and preserve its identity and entity.
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