Interior Design Addict: Via thehardt Assyafaah Mosque located in Singapore is an attempt to create a distinctively modern mosque as an alternative to the Middle Eastern model, with its dome, arches and ornate minarets. The inspiration for the building is the universally recognizable Muslim art form of the arabesque, which is used on aluminium screens to create shadows, as well as on floor tiles and carpets. The mosque provides a naturally ventilated main prayer hall for 730 people – with a four-story-high canted ‘mihrab’ wall #Patterns #shapes #light #lighting #naturallight #singapore #mosque #religion #religous #asia

by franhein
Interior Design Addict: Via thehardt Assyafaah Mosque located in Singapore is an attempt to create a distinctively modern mosque as an alternative to the Middle Eastern model, with its dome, arches and ornate minarets. The inspiration for the building is the universally recognizable Muslim art form of the arabesque, which is used on aluminium screens to create shadows, as well as on floor tiles and carpets. The mosque provides a naturally ventilated main prayer hall for 730 people – with a four-story-high canted ‘mihrab’ wall #Patterns #shapes #light #lighting #naturallight #singapore #mosque #religion #religous #asia

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