A large mosque complex capped by a dome which is fabricated from aluminium tubes using a lightweight triangular module space-frame. Externally, the dome is clad in Islamic patterned vitreous enamelled steel "tiles" while a complementary pattern of wooden ceiling panels hangs from a separate self-supporting inner dome. Four towering minarets rise over 450 ft. to complement the majestic size of the dome. They are built in in-situ concrete using an advanced slip-form construction. Toughened glass pyramids diffuse sunlight through the pre-cast concrete funnels that roof the verandahs surrounding the building. The verandah walls are of cast aluminium in intricate Islamic patterns. The design is an attempt to creatively blend Islamic and Malay traditions.