In history the mosque served as a communal space that was open to public and allowed for various types of social activities other than praying. The Mosque was not perceived as an ICON. The project has a distinctive architectural design language that has a fluid interplay between the building mass and the elements of nature; such as wind, sound, light and landscape. Typical Mosque space hierarchy is axial with a strong monumental approach. On the contrary we proposed a communal approach to the space of the Mosque by designing the Riwaq to wrap around the Haram. The Sahn is located within the Haram, blurring the boundary between architecture (in) and landscape (out). In this arrangement the Haram can transform from being an interior space to becoming a semi-outdoor space.