About Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin - Masjid Besi
The mosque was worked out of 6000 tons of braced stainless steel which makes up 70% of its structure, securing it the moniker, Steel Mosque. A walkway named Kiblat Walk relates the mosque to the nearby Putrajaya Corporation Complex. Using a 'light, vaporous and clear' layout thought, the mosque relies upon regular ventilation and an air-cooling development called 'Gas District Cooling' to ensure that the air inside the building stays cool even without the usage of fans or air circulation and cooling frameworks.
Cross segment screens created utilizing stainless steel incorporate its guideline appeal to hallway set up of dividers, allowing free stream of air. Thirteen-meter glass sheets imported from Germany, on which verses from the Holy Qur'an are engraved, improve its inside, giving the impression of 'drifting verses'.