Archive for the ‘Mosque’ Category
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
Article source: pRchitect communications consultancy
The story of the lighting design works started with a simple question; Does ‘light’ really touch us emotionally?
Inspired by the late Ottoman architecture, the mosque consists of a main dome, eight carrier columns, four secondary domes, five entrance domes and four three-balcony-minarets. The main dome has inner diameter of 20m and height of 32m. The height of minarets is 61m. The mosque is extending in the west and east directions with a domed portico surrounding the courtyard.
Image Courtesy © Idris Ekinci
- Architects: Necip Dinc
- Project: Kirikkale Nur Mosque
- Location: Kirikkale, Turkey
- Photography: Idris Ekinci
- Owner: Turkiye Diyanet Foundation
- Project Coordinator: Bekir Gerek
- Lighting Designer: Ayrim Yaser Talu / ZEVE Lighting Design Studio
- 3D Visualization: Kenan Akifoglu / ZEVE Lighting Design Studio
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017
Article source: v2com
The mosque has been designed to become a religious and urban landmark playing a central role within the rural.
It is positioned at the center of the two-major axis of the urban development, joining the rural park with the main commercial artery and the two large urban pedestrian plazas (one with shops, the other without).
This privileged setting signifies unity and centrality, reflecting the role played by Islam in everyday life.
View from main street, Image Courtesy © Abderrahmen Ezzine
- Architects: Philippe Barriere Collective (PB+Co)
- Project: Mahmud Qabadu Mosque
- Location: “La Colline aux Oliviers” – City of Jedaida , Tunisia
- Graphic Designer: Abderrahmen Ezzine
- Software used: RhinoVAULT – Designing funicular form in Rhinoceros (Block Research Group BRG)
- Client: Tunisian Republic, Manouba Governorate, Delegation of Jedaida
- Team: Philippe Barriere Collective (PB+Co), Adnen Ben Tanfous (Associate Partner), Samir Assad, Yosri Boukadida, Vicky Tessier, Lucie Riedweg, David Boisseau, Wael Ben Mansour
- Private Investor: Société de promotion immobilière Le Mont Fleury Groupe Bayahi
- Engineer: Tarek Ghorbel, Structural Engineer, SOGEP Batiment, Tunisia
- Date: 2016-2017
Thursday, October 15th, 2015
Article source: LUCEM Lichtbeton
Every Facade Panels is unique:
Projecting Letters become a fascinating Lighting Show at night
Due to its rapid Growth the Arabic Emirate of Abu Dhabi is considered to be among the most modern cities of the world. Its impressive high-rise towers and architectural distinctive buildings with the generously expanded roads and highways characterize the cityscape. Part of such buildings are a large number of newly constructed magnificent Mosques such as for example the Al Aziz Mosque which has been opened with the beginning of Ramadan 2015 on the Al Reem Island. Architect of this project is the reputable APG Architecture and Planning Group who is responsible for many prominent projects in UAE and in the arabic World. With this new Mosque APG has introduced innovative and new ideas and concepts with the use of Light Transmitting Concrete technology for the construction of unique and distinguished Facades. The Al Aziz Mosque Project was provided with worldwide unique and impressive Facade elements that were designed, produced and installed by LUCEM Lichtbeton.
Image Courtesy © LUCEM Lichtbeton
- Architects: LUCEM Lichtbeton
- Project: A world-wide unique facade made of LUCEM Light Transmitting Concrete
- Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE
- Client: HAMG, Hasan Abdullah Mohammed Group, Abu Dhabi
- Architect and Consultant: APG Architecture and Planning Group, Abu Dhabi
- Idea of illuminated Calligraphy: APG/Abu Dhabi, ALD/Germany, LUCEM/Germany
- General Contractor: ARABTEC, Dubai
- Installation: SALAM Enterprises, Dubai / LUCEM, Germany
- Panel Dimensions: 1800 mm x 1400 mm and 3600 mm x 1400 mm
- Panel Thickness: 40 mm plus 30 mm protruding Arabic Letters
- Façade: Total Area: 515 m2
- Lighting Technique: Water proof light modules type OSRAM „Back-LED plus” IP 66 with individually developed LUCEM Maintenance System
- Completion Date: May 2015
- Opening Date: Ramadan 2015 (18. Juni 2015)
Thursday, June 18th, 2015
Article source: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
The Al-Ansar Mosque prides itself as a community mosque located along Green Link, between Bedok Reservoir and East Coast Park. The design of the mosque is focused on creating an open and inclusive atmosphere, which is inviting to worshippers and the community at large.
Image Courtesy © Bai Jiwen
- Architects: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
- Project: AL-ANSAR MOSQUE
- Location: Singapore
- Photography: Bai Jiwen
- Director Kurjanto Slamet
- Completion 2015
Tuesday, May 26th, 2015
Article source: Delution Architect
The office that consists of five companies have a Square Warm Beige character, where the Clients who have all five of the companies is keen to have the feel of a warm office with White-Beige element blend combined with white warm lamps. The architect proposed a squaring concept by implementing many decorative square elements in all sides of interior, i.e. in the Employee partition, ceiling lights, glass sandblast walls and a few wall elements, but still using the white-beige tone. The second floor has 3 GM rooms and some employee rooms of the 5 companies. The GM room is bordered by frames with modular Squares applied by white aluminum frames covered by sandblast sticker with module boxes. GM has his own area but not too closed and he will still be able to monitor the work of his subordinates.
Image Courtesy © Anand Rambey
- Architects: Delution Architect
- Project: TRAD Japanese Mosque
- Location: Cikarang, Indonesia
- Photography: Anand Rambey
- Client: PT TRAD Indonesia
- Principal Architect: Muhammad Egha ST
- Project Architect: Muhammad Egha ST, Dini Cahya Indah Putri
- Project Area: 180m2
- Project Year: 2013
Wednesday, February 4th, 2015
Article source: Arash G Tehrani Architrure
Not like the different forms that we know from churches, or temples; and the reformed morph of these buildings which allow a concrete cube with a cross to be well accepted as a church; not many changes in the form of “mosques” are accepted, specially in central Muslim regions. However many practitioners found no reference of any specific formula for mosque architecture in religious texts, not only the people still recognize a mosque with a traditional architecture and also a dome and minaret, some non-traditional practices showed unpleasant reactions. This project is a practice of Attribute-oriented Architecture to design a mosque with new day architecture, but also to have the spirit of the known one. The architect did not remove the functional elements, but the designed mosque is the decoded aspect of a traditional mosque, and its meanings.
East side of the façade – View from khovardin St., Image Courtesy © Arash G Tehrani
- Architects: Arash G Tehrani Architrure
- Project: Qods Mosque renovation concept
- Location: Darya Blv. Tehran, Iran
- Project Team: NaghshUrang Pars Consulting Engineers.
- Date: 2011
- Type: Religious
- Status: Concept proposal
- Client: Tehran Municipality, region 2.
- Arch Visualizer: PooriaAbasi
Saturday, November 29th, 2014
Article source: v2com
Our project integrates into its surroundings by respecting the urban fabric and existing buildings listed on the register of historic monuments. The use of the same type of stone, the preservation of existing buildings and respect for alignments all give the building an almost discreet character.
At the same time, the project establishes a strong identity, with the prayer hall and minaret recessed from the street.
The minaret and prayer hall are clad in white stone, symbolizing purity.
Image Courtesy © Bureau Architecture Méditerranée
Saturday, June 7th, 2014
Article source: WEYELL BERNER ARCHITEKTEN
`Enclosed space, defined by walls, arcades and moulds is the most important element of Islamic architecture` (Yaqub Zaki)
An open welcoming place
Open to all cardinal directions, the building and its internal arrangement of spaces aim to welcome and host people. It is configured as an all day municipal institution for public, religious, educational and social facilities. The chosen radial liturgy adopts the equipoise of traditional Islamic architecture.
Image Courtesy © Weyell Berner Architekten, Zürich
Sunday, November 10th, 2013
Article source: SADAR + VUGA
The SADAR+VUGA proposal for the new Central Mosque of Pristina has been awarded the second prize, whereas no first prize has been selected. Following the jury’s invitation we have developed the design proposal further for final jury’s selection of the design that will go into a design implementation phase.
Image Courtesy © SADAR + VUGA
- Architects: SADAR + VUGA
- Project: Central Mosque of Pristina Competition
- Location: Dardania, Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo
- Type: religious, cultural and educational center
- Source: open international competition
- Client: The Islamic Community of the Republic of Kosovo
- Site area: 8.103 m2
- Total floor area: 41.803 m2
- Structure: concrete, steelwork
- Cladding: artificial stone plates, aluminium shingles
- Program: mosque (number of male prayers 4.103, number of female prayer 2.543), social education center, shopping center, conference hall
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
Article source: Dürig AG
The project for the new mosque in Prishtina takes the interplay of the single religious believer and the community of believers as the starting point for its design. The mosque is a place for worship for the Islamic community, where the single believing individual meets within the community for the common worship and praying which thus becomes an expression of the ceremonial act within the community.
Image Courtesy © Dürig AG
- Architects: Dürig AG
- Project: Central Mosque
- Location: Prishtina, Kosovo