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Sir David Adjaye

Ghanaian-British architect

In 2017, Sir Adjaye was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II and was recognized as one of the 100 most influential people of the year by TIME Magazine.

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Aramaic family houses originated in the 1st millennium BC and evolved over time to become larger and more complex

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It is constructed with various materials like steel, glass, and white limestone that lend it an eye-catching look.


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It’s unique design reflects the unique architectural styles of each faith, while also incorporating a modern and cohesive aesthetic.

Interior of House

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The mosque at the Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi is a unique blend of tradition and modernity, celebrating both communal worship and personal reflection. Its design reflects a commitment to contemporary congregants, rather than simply adhering to typology.

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The communal ceremony and togetherness are emphasised at this church, with a water element located outside the entrance that symbolise  a crossing-over ritual.

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The United Arab Emirates' first purpose-built synagogue features a unique architectural design with a series of thresholds leading to a shrouded, sanctified space for communal prayer. Learn more about this groundbreaking structure.

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The Abrahamic Family House is a powerful symbol of interfaith cooperation and understanding. This interfaith complex offers a welcoming space for people of all faiths to gather, worship, and explore each other's cultures.

The Abrahamic Family House is a world-renowned landmark promoting hope and unity among different faiths. The complex serves as a space for interfaith learning and growth, showcasing the power of cooperation and reminding us of our interconnectedness.