It is designed in Neo-baroque style resembeling the famous Ortakoy mosque where in the facade and interior design are evident of Turkish architecture style. The elevations consist of "high-bay windows" which create a reflection of the volume in the water ponds of the landscape, while also allowing day-light to enter the space. The main prayer hall has a square plan which is covered with one dome. The sliced facades with mounting columns are enriched by carvings as well as relief, giving the mosque a dynamic appearance. There are two rows of windows providing the main prayer hall a good illumination. The project is intentionally rasied above its surrounding roads to have a prominent presence in the area. A lower ground floor parking and ablution areas were provided for convenience of visitors and prayers alike.