Oweda, Mohamed Mahmoud. 1999. Mosque of the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University. In Alam al-Bina. Abdelbaki Mohamed Ibrahim (ed). Cairo: Center for Planning and Architectural Studies, 22-23/210.
In the course of developing the existing buildings in the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo University, the old prayer was pulled down to prepare an area of three-hundred square meters on which to build a new mosque that holds about three-hundred sixty people. The mosque is composed of a square prayer hall with an octagonal dome with side windows of colored glass. The minaret shaft is composed of square sections that are each rotated at forty-five degrees from the one below. (Taken from English translation on page 9)