Meshed with a rich blend of faith and architecture, The Aquatic Mall’s splendour mosque will be a monumental marvel for Pakistan. Besides welcoming visitors and worshippers from around the world, the Blue Masjid will be a star attraction that will dominate Islamabad’s skyline.
Once built, it will be a mammoth embodiment of Islamic design framework, inspired by Turkey’s famous ‘Sultan Ahmed Mosque’ — A historical wonder built between the years of 1609-1616 on the orders of the great Sultan Ahmet I. The religious landmark is also known as the ‘Blue Mosque’ is one of the last classical structures from the Ottoman era. Constructed by one of 16th century’s influential architects, Mimar Sinan — it is a Beethoven-Esque composition of ascending domes and sleek minarets.
The Aquatic Mall’s Blue Mosque will be an epicenter of Islamic science and learning.
A majestic place of spirituality with long magnificent walkways displaying unique mosaic artwork.
Similarly, it’s scale, intricately designed details, and space will impress even the most casual of observers. It will be a real sight to behold, situated opposite The Aquatic Mall’s entrance, giving you the privilege of ticking two activities (shopping/praying) with each visit.