Al Shams
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In his quest to preserve the beauty of traditional Islamic architecture, Alan Adams has created another modern-day masterpiece. His Al Shams lattice panel is inspired by 14th century Mamluk architecture from Cairo, Egypt. This pattern once decorated a pair of minbar doors in the Mosque of Emir Sayf al-Din Qawsun. Today, the original doors can be viewed at the new Islamic Art Ga...More
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Cordoba
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In his quest to preserve the beauty of traditional Islamic architecture, Alan Adams has created a modern-day masterpiece. His Cordoba pair of lattice panels is inspired by 8th century architecture from the Great Mosque at Cordoba. Like its namesake, Cordoba is an elegant fusion of East and West. This timeless design, already more than a thousand years old, has been recreated i...More
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