Mcaslan to design Western Europe’s largest mosque

Vania Goncalves 8 Jul 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

John Mcaslan + Partners is developing proposals for Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden, South London.

The project’s priority is to reinstate all fire-damaged elements of the mosque — to be the largest in Western Europe — as it was destroyed in a fire in 2015.

The proposals also include a new façade, courtyard space, increased accommodation, as well as vehicle and pedestrian entrances.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK national president Rafiq Hayat said: “John McAslan + Partners are world renowned architects and the proposed design reflects their high standard of creativity and expertise that is also shaping how we can better manage the flow and space in and around the complex.”

John McAslan, John McAslan + Partners chairman said: “We are honoured to have been given this prestigious opportunity to design a long-term, strategic masterplan for the Baitul Futuh Mosque, which serves one of Europe’s most significant Muslim communities.”

The mosque is set to the largest in Western Europe.

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