The tree-like wooden supporting structure dominates the entrance area of the Cambridge Mosque. The floor is designed as a grey/blue tiled mosaic while the walls are of two-coloured clinker brick with oriental motifs.

A mosque of impressive proportions

Worshippers in Cambridge, England, finally have more space as of spring 2019 after praying in confined spaces for some time.

The dimensions of the new Cambridge Mosque, a meeting point for the Muslim community, are impressive. The 4,000-square-metre prayer room can accommodate 1,000 worshippers. The mosque also comprises a café, two apartments and gardens. The architectural concept was developed by London-based firm Marks Barfield Architects. 

Find out more about the Cambridge Mosque project

A virtual visit of the mosque

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