Al Islah Mosque by Formwerkz Architects

Al Islah Mosque by Formwerkz Architects

Al-Ansar Mosque. Design by FARM, in partnership with KD Architects. Singapore.

Al-Ansar Mosque. Design by FARM, in partnership with KD Architects. Singapore.

Carved concrete slabs along the side of the prayer room.  Abstract star motifs bearing the 99 Names of God in calligraphy, designed jointly by the artists Lutzenberger + Lutzenberger from Bad Wörishofen and Mohammed Mandi from Abu Dhabi.  Islamic Forum of Penzberg, Germany.  Built in 2005 and designed by Alen Jasarevic.

Carved concrete slabs along the side of the prayer room. Abstract star motifs bearing the 99 Names of God in calligraphy, designed jointly by the artists Lutzenberger + Lutzenberger from Bad Wörishofen and Mohammed Mandi from Abu Dhabi. Islamic Forum of Penzberg, Germany. Built in 2005 and designed by Alen Jasarevic.

Mihrab wall in Assyafaah Mosque, Singapore.

Mihrab wall in Assyafaah Mosque, Singapore.

Jumaa Mosque female prayer hall

Jumaa Mosque female prayer hall

Calligraphic forms on the mihrab (prayer niche) in the Islamic Forum of Penzberg, Germany. Built in 2005 and designed by Alen Jasarevic.

Calligraphic forms on the mihrab (prayer niche) in the Islamic Forum of Penzberg, Germany. Built in 2005 and designed by Alen Jasarevic.

Interior view of the main prayer hall and the balcony. Yeşil Vadi Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.

Interior view of the main prayer hall and the balcony. Yeşil Vadi Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.

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

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

View of the mihrab wall from the balcony.  Yeşil Vadi Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey.  Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.

View of the mihrab wall from the balcony. Yeşil Vadi Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.

The mimbar (pulpit) of Yeşil Vadi Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.  Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.

The mimbar (pulpit) of Yeşil Vadi Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.

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