First Islamic Architecture Mosque Tour in the Bay Area

The Islamic Society of the East Bay (ISEB) will host its first Islamic Architecture Mosque tour in Fremont, CA. The tour of the 10,000 square foot mosque and recently completed 13,000 square foot school building will be lead by Amin Adil Qazi, Architect,  AIA (American Institute of Architects), and Shakeel Ahmed, PE. The tour will also include a presentation about Islamic influences on American Architecture by Irfan Rydhan, Assoc. AIA.

“This event offers a unique opportunity for the Architectural community to see an example of Islamic architecture in the Bay Area and we invite the whole community to share in the Muslim community’s recently completed Mosque project,” said Irfan Rydhan, Assoc. AIA. He continued by saying,“Islamic Architecture is an important part of the development of Muslim communities in America, and can be enjoyed by the entire community, not just Muslims.”

WHAT:      Architectural Tour of ISEB Mosque
                        Presentation on Islamic influences on American Architecture
                        Observation of Islamic Friday Prayers
                        Complimentary Snacks
WHERE:    33330 Peace Terrace,
                         Fremont, CA 94555
WHEN:       Friday May 1st, 2009
                         1:00p.m. – 3:00p.m.

The tour is Free and open to the general public.  To confirm attendance, please RSVP to Ahsan Baig at mosquetour@iseb.org.
For more information, please visit:
http://www.iseb.org/mosquetour

ISEB Mosque Tour Flyer

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