A prefabricated prayer room consists of two connected units with independent entrance for each one, one for men and the other for women.
It is a section in a gas station at Jieh area, on the coastal highway that connects Beirut with the south.
The target is to enhance the exterior design of the prayer room to attract the people across the road.
The design is composed of chemically treated steel panels that cover the room to end vertically forming a shape of a Minaret.
The style of the design is modern with industrial touches that reflect the gas station and shows the connection with the sea at the side of the highway.