Raja Haji Fisabilillah Mosque
Cyberjaya, Malaysia

On the campus of a future university in the new multimedia super development of Cyberjaya, the mosque accommodates 8,300 worshippers; future development of the flat portions of the roof will accommodate additional worshippers. The focus of the prayer hall is a dome made from low-emission glass with solar panels, and the sale of generated electricity will provide income to maintain the mosque. The concrete structure features glass-reinforced concrete panels for infill to temper sunlight; a two-storey structure surrounds a landscaped courtyard beyond the prayer hall, and separate buildings contain classrooms, a multi-purpose hall, and staff quarters. The mosque is air-conditioned for two hours during Friday prayers, and otherwise employs electric fans for natural ventilation, enhanced by a water pool.  

Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture

Cyberjaya, Malaysia
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Completed 2015
8,782 m²
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