Adopting a geometric rectangular as its basic shape, the mosque is open to three sides and features two large entrance stairs for easy access for the congregation. Design development by P.T. Istasadhya Arsi, with prominent ornaments on the four corners of the building, which house interior stairs, and the typical dome-shaped roof of mosques, the overall impression is one of solidity.
Inside, the solid character is enhanced by a touch of opulence. The circle at the base of the dome and the pair of pillars to both sides of the podium act as further expressions of strength, while the ornamental carvings on the walls and doors and the red carpet covering the entire floor area add to the feeling of luxury that permeates this mosque, which has since become the pride of the Moslem community of Mandiri Tower.
Cross ventilation is made possible by the aforementioned adquately sized openings on three sides of the building, and aided through mechanical means in the form of ceiling fans on the lower floor and air conditioning around the podium. The 860 sqm mosque, which occupies a 900 sqm plot of land on the Mandiri Tower premises, now functions as a place of worship for Moslem faithful from the entire Sudirman area in Jakarta.