The site for this mosque is located in a housing society of Lahore that is one of the major cities of Pakistan. Main concept of this mosque is derived from the traditional mosque architecture. Traditional Islamic elements are complementing with the modern contemporary design.
Key aspects of this mosque design include courtyard, prayer hall and a mehrab. Mehrab is a recessed space in a mosque which indicates the direction of the qibla or Kaaba, Mecca, which muslims face while praying. A minaret lies adjacent to the prayer hall.
Low pitched dome is another significant design element of this religious building. There are two domes composed in the design, larger one is topped on the main prayer chamber while entrance hall is crowned with the smaller dome.
Mosque building covers an approximate built up area of 17419 sq.m. (187,500 sq.ft.). Neutral subtle colors have been chosen for the facade such as light beige and little darker tone for the domes.
Islamic calligraphic motifs in contrasting colors are decorating the large niches of the prayer hall on the exterior.