The Abdullatif Alfozan Award for Mosque Architecture (AFAMA), the social programme arm of the conglomerate AlFozan Group based in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia has announced the first call for papers for the International Conference on Mosque Architecture (ICMA) 2019. The conference is also co-organised by the Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design (KAED), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) and leading architectural practice, ATSA Architects Malaysia.
The first call of papers, which runs from 17th December 2018 till 31st January 2019, is open to all members of the public. The ICMA is now in the second term of its tri-annual cycle and attracts the world's leading interdisciplinary policymakers, practitioners and researchers in the field of mosque architecture and design. It will be of the interest to academics, architects, conservators, designers, developers, engineers, estates/capital development, government and local authority officers, Islamic affairs professionals, landscape architects, mosque administrators, quantity surveyors, researchers, students and urban planners.
With the themes of “Future: Mosque: Architecture”, the conference covers numbers of topics and subtopics, but not limited to; the Design and Functions and Green Architecture, Environment and Innovations.
For more information on the selected sub-topics, please visit www.icma2019.com.