Dubai is already known for its forward-thinking and ground-breaking architectural projects, and the city is poised to add another first to its already impressive list of trailblazing constructions. The Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACD) will be in charge of managing the construction of the world’s first 3D-printed mosque, which is scheduled to be built in Dubai. It is anticipated that the project will be finished in the year 2025.
This 3D-printed mosque in Dubai will cover an area of 2,000 square meters and include seating for 600 people. It will be situated in Bur Dubai.
The forward-thinking initiative will make use of 3D printing technology, which will completely transform the conventional building processes.
The entire procedure will take two years, with the building itself being constructed by a 3D robotic printer in about four months’ time. It will take an additional year to finish equipping the mosque with various facilities.
The printer has a production rate of two square meters per hour, and it requires three personnel to operate it.
In addition to its innovative character, three-dimensional printing reduces the amount of trash produced during construction, making it an ecologically beneficial technology. The mosque will be a conspicuous landmark that will assist both the local and global Islamic community. It will also be a reflection of the visionary leadership that Dubai possesses.