Architect Maryam Eskandari and the Modern Mosque

Architect Maryam Eskandari re-examines how mosques should be designed in North America.

Maryam Eskandari is a woman, a Muslim and an architect. She doesn't want to be defined by any one of these words. But taken together, the three strands of her identity are shaping who she is and what she does. Maryam Eskandari is re-examining how mosques should be designed in North America.


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