Baitul Futuh - London UK

Baitul Futuh
Built: 3 Oct 2003
Capacity: 13500
Location: London, UK

The Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden, Surrey is a landmark building. It was voted as one of the top 50 best modern buildings in the world by 'The Information' a supplement magazine to 'The Independent' newspaper.

The mosque is the largest mosque in Western Europe and accommodates upto 6000 worshippers. The dome is 16 meters in diameter and the tallest minaret is 35 meters high. The flooring inside the mosque is covered with 38,700 square feet of carpet.

Area of site: 5.2 acre
Date of Purchase: 29 March 1996
Purchase Price: £2.23 million
Construction costs: £15 million
Architects: Sutton Griffin & Morgan

A fire in 2015 destroyed significant elements of the complex, including function halls, offices, residences and other support functions, seriously impacting on the Ahmadiyya Muslim community which the Mosque serves. Reinstating the fire-damaged elements of the building is a priority, but the practice is also exploring long-term opportunities in order to establish an overall development framework that responds to the client’s wider aspirations.

The proposals envisage a new formal facade which would present a distinguished frontage and entrance in the form of a new wing, as well creating a more generous courtyard space and increased accommodation. Separate vehicle and pedestrian entrances will create safer access, with new hard and soft landscaping enhancing the approach to the Mosque complex.

Baitul Rahman - Tillaberi Region Niger

Baitul Rahman
Built: 2015
Capacity: 500
        Location: Tillaberi Region, Niger

This is the largest Ahmadiyya Mosque in Niger and the 3rd largest of all Mosques in the Tillaberi region.

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Liverpool UK

 Ahmadiyya Mosque 
Capacity: 700
Location: Liverpool, UK

Richmond Baptist Church is in Breck Road, Liverpool, England. It is a chapel that was built in 1864–65 and was designed by Sir James Picton. The chapel is constructed in common brick with red brick banding and stone dressings. It has a slate roof, is in two storeys, and has round-headed windows containing casements. On the entrance front is a three-bayarcade with Corinthian columns. In the gable above this is a wheel window. Inside the church there are galleries on all four sides carried on flutedcast ironComposite columns. The ceiling is flat and coffered. The west gallery and the space below it is separated from the rest of the chapel by late 20th-century walls. The chapel is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a Grade II listed building, having been designated on 14 March 1975. This grade is the lowest of the three gradings given to listed buildings and is applied to "buildings of national importance and special interest". On 11th February 2015, the building was purchased by Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Liverpool that is a part of Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Association working with the motto "Love for All Hatred for None". The building is currently being used as a mosque for the members of the community living in the area.

Ahmadiyya Mosque - Chemnitz Germany

Ahmadiyya Mosque
Built: 2018
Capacity: 400
Location: Chemnitz Germany

This Mosuqe is still in the planning stages.