Baitul Futuh Mosque

London, UK. 2022

John McAslan + Partners has designed a new public facing facility including multi-function halls, community spaces, offices and administrative functions at the Baitul Futuh Mosque complex in Morden. The new standalone community and administrative building replaces an existing administrative building on the site following extensive damage caused by a fire in 2015.

Today the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Baitul Futuh Mosque complex is home to the existing prayer hall (dating from 2003 and largely undamaged by the 2015 fire), community spaces including function halls as well as offices, accommodation, dining rooms and television and radio studios. 

The new street-facing community and administrative building with its own spectacular frontage is already a local landmark in its own right. New public realm and separate entrance points for pedestrians and vehicles will improve safety on the site while encouraging the use of external public spaces for gatherings. New vertical cores improve circulation, provide additional safety provision and maximise accessibility for all users.


“We are delighted to be part of the project that has been a genuine community collaboration bringing together Islamic and British architectural traditions.”
Fanos Panayides, Director, John McAslan + Partners