Pulau Gajah, Sabak, Kelantan
Privately funded, the magnificent timber masjid was built on a man-made island in the lagoon of Pulau Gajah, Sabak, Pengkalan Chepa, Kelantan.
Built almost fully in timber by master craftsmen and artisans from Japara, it borrows from the principles of Javanese Tumpang Sari, modified to 5-pillars representing the 5 pillars of Islam.
Masjid Taman Pmint Jaya
The Masjid Taman Permint was built to replace a 40 over year old timber surau in one of the earliest housing development in Kuala Terengganu. Funded fully through donations by the residents and philantrophists, many wishing to remain anonymous, the first phase, consisting of the prayer hall for a thousand congregation was due for completion in early 2019. The design was strikingly simple white structure built 3 storey tall to create an overwhelming interior under an imposing dome.
Masjid Sultan Alaeddin
Kuala Langat Selangor
Built in 1926, Masjid Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah at Kampung Bandar, Kuala Langat was fine surviving example of early brick building in Malaya. Studies made during the restoration also revealed many interesting advances of the day; use of ferro-cement technique and portland cement for the domes, brick buttress structures and marseilles roof tiles.
Designed by Tengku Hitam, and modeled after Masjid Muhammadiah Kota Bharu, Kelantan, the works was supervised by PWD on the request of the Sultan. It was adorned by 6 types of domes.
Restoration commenced in 2016 and completed in 2018.
Proposed Masjid Batu Buruk
Located on a small site of only 0.69 acre bounded by houses, this masjid was proposed to replace an existing old structure and to provide a larger prayer hall and facilities.