This privately-owned small community mosque is located on a small
irregular plot in a congested part of Beirut. The mosque has two basements, a
ground floor, and a mezzanine floor. The second basement includes a library, a
lobby, and a lounge area, and the first basement includes a conference room, an
office, and a kitchen. The mezzanine floor consists of the women's prayer area
that looks over the main prayer hall on the ground floor.
Haddad, Elie G.
"Learning from Beirut: From Modernism to Contemporary
Architecture." ARCCJournal 5.1 (2008): p. 46-47.