Islamic Architecture in America

Acclaimed photo-journalist Phil Pasquini has examined 200 years of inspired Islamic Architecture in America: Domes, Arches and Minarets. This event was held at The U.S. Library of Congress on September 12, 2018.

Domes, Arches and Minarets: A History of Islamic-Inspired Buildings in America

This noteworthy book traces the over 200-year history and development of Islamic-inspired architecture in America from the earliest Spanish-Moorish buildings constructed in the 1700s to the more contemporary buildings of the 21st century. Domes, Arches and Minarets introduces readers to the influences and evolution of Islamic-inspired architecture in America. The book includes an extensive full color photographic portfolio of more than 100 buildings arranged in chronological order, each accompanied by text describing the building and its history.

Phil Pasquini is an award-winning photographer and journalist who has been a correspondent for the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs since 1998. He reports on Middle Eastern and Islamic events which occur in the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

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