Effect of light emitted through the glass dome design that creates colorful lighting is always changing patterns of spatial experiences that emphasize the interior of the building. Through the use of architectural elements and building materials to establish the set, once again, a balance between humility soul to the infinite cosmos of time and with limited joy desire to live in this existence.
Bilkent Sami Ali Pasa Mosque Dogramacizade designed in 2004-2005, using a variety of lightweight steel construction on the dome shape, this building built in 2007 and the building was opened for public use in October 2008. Besides the standard functions of a mosque, this building space in the complex realization of worship of religions other to meet the multi-ethnic nature of the University population. Interior of the main prayer room accessed via a quiet garden yard flanked by a corridor devoted to other religions. However, the purpose of the architectural brief is not to build complex multi-faith, but to give the space a multi-functional for the community to carry out religious activities as they see fit.
Through re-evaluative process of design, architects have been set to combine the basic elements of a mosque; page, domes and towers with the language of modern architecture. Achieving eternal sky and the atmosphere in the main prayer hall sought through the use of fine materials, multi-layered, multi-colored, semi-transparent imaging dome of the sky and the cosmos. Architects have tried to maintain religious tradition building components in a controlled way and achieve a distinctive, unique, contemporary reinterpretation of the type of public buildings full of ancient symbols.
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