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Mosque at Sevalni

Location : Siddhpur, Gujarat

Area       : 2,830 sqft

With a concept of free-flowing space, the mosque is designed without doors, or even a demarcation of a plinth. Archways on four sides form unhindered doorways into the main prayer hall. The mosque is designed to incorporate the ever-increasing need for space. The columns are designed to allow visual connection along the sirf. This allows the sirf to be extended out of the main hall, till the peripheral wall.  


The hall in itself is a single large space, separated only by the sparse array of columns. The columns take inspiration from a tree, with a canopy like structure at the top that supports the roof. Clerestory openings within each dome bring the light in while letting the hot air out.




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