Italian architects designs mosque inspired by traditional Saudi architecture

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Rome-based architecture studio Schiattarella Associati has designed a new mosque in the Saudi Arabian city of Ha’il, based on the Saudi cultural identity values of Najd architecture. The 22,500m2 Al Jabri Mosque is able to host 3000 worshipers, set within a building complex that acts as both as a service structure with religious and educational functions, as well as a landmark for the Muslim community in the area. - , Insight, People, Architecture, Islamic Architecture, Italian Architects, Mosque, Najd Architecture, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Mosque, Schiattarella Associati