Nassila Oudahmane

Mosque & Community Centre

This design-forward mosque and community centre aims to address internal and external challenges; including police-reported hate crimes, gender inequality and stereotypes faced by Muslims in Toronto. The design stimulates interaction, connection and social discourse amongst Muslims and non-Muslim presenting true Islamic values. Rather than aiming to attain a specific outer appearance, this project adopts an atypical mosque program by integrating a community kitchen. By readapting mosque programming in a Canadian context, the hidden harmony that connects souls, nature, and spirituality shines allowing to stitch the gaps between Muslims and non-Muslims and  Muslims and their spirituality fostering change within the community

  1. Interior Design Studio VII
    IRN 701
    Stanley Sun
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