Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan, The Federal Territory Mosque of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur:
The ornamentation of this mosque was concentrated in two major areas:
The soaring Central Portal, the main entrance arch with three entrances is nearly thirty meters high. It is carved and inlaid in marble and semi precious stones, and serves as a striking and monumental entrance to the central prayer chamber.
The richly decorated Mihrab, prayer wall measures sixteen by fourteen meters and is constructed out of carved and inlaid pure white marble and set with a variety of semi-precious stones including lapis lazuli, malachite, green, yellow, and golden onyx as well as iridescent shell and mother-of-pearl.
The central recessed prayer niche constructed out of carved and inlaid marble panels and geometric forms secured onto a seven meter high frame draws its inspiration form the Muqarna honeycomb vaulting of classical Islamic architecture while at the same time integrating the latest computer and structural technologies