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The main hall of Sancaklar Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.  A simple, cave-like space 7 meters below ground with exposed stone and concrete walls.  Designed by Emre Arolat Architects (EAA) and built in 2011.  Photos by Bünyamin Salman, via Flickr.

The main hall of Sancaklar Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. A simple, cave-like space 7 meters below ground with exposed stone and concrete walls. Designed by Emre Arolat Architects (EAA) and built in Architecture Festival, Religion Winner)

Tadao Ando's Water Temple, Japan

There are many modern churches around the world, catching up in term of design are mosques around the world. With access to better knowledge, the world has

Mosque in Copenhagen (Denmark).

Mosques help to make Islam visible, replacing undignified prayer sites in warehouses and basements. They show that Islam is part of Europe.

Confashions from Kuwait: Modern Mosque in Kuwait

The ‘Mohammed Jassim Al-Saddah’ Grand Mosque, located in Dahiat Abdullah Al-Salem, Kuwait

Light and shadow in the second prayer hall of Assyafaah Mosque, Singapore.

The Assyafaah Mosque was completed in Singapore in Singapore is a multi-racial island state with a population of three million in South East Asia. Located in the north, the mosque…

Al-Irsyad Mosque by Urbane.

Al-Irsyad Mosque / Urbane

Image 10 of 21 from gallery of Al-Irsyad Mosque / Urbane. Photograph by Emilio Photoimagination

*Terraced landscaping surrounds concrete and stone structure of Emre Arolat's Sancaklar Mosque

Gallery of Sancaklar Mosque / Emre Arolat Architects - 13

Mosque Proposal / StudiOZ

Mosque Proposal / StudiOZ

Gallery of Al-Irsyad Mosque / Urbane - 2

Gallery of Al-Irsyad Mosque / Urbane - 2

Image 2 of 21 from gallery of Al-Irsyad Mosque / Urbane. Photograph by Emilio Photoimagination