IT Valley Central Mosque is developed for the first three phases of the campus, at a prominent position within the central valley landscape. The building echoes Classical Ottoman heritage present in the region. Main praying hall mass emerges out vertically from a compound base in sharp geometries and faces a panoramic double storey mihrab wall in Kiblah direction. Quintessential elements of mosque architecture, such as the compound wall, courtyard, narthex, elevated women’s praying area and dome are employed in their canonical displacement with respect to one another. Their general character on the other hand, is truthfully shaped by current building technologies as opposed to faux recreation prevailing in contemporary Turkish mosque architecture.