The Boston Islamic Seminary will, insha’ Allah, be housed in a new wing to be built as Phase II of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC). This new wing, which was part of the original design of the ISBCC, will embody the ethos already evident in the architecture of the ISBCC mosque, a creation of the renowned Saudi architect, Dr. Sami Angawi.
The Phase II wing of the ISBCC will complete Dr. Angawi’s vision of an Islamic center that harmoniously blends Bostonian and Islamic elements into an integrated whole, representing the vision of the Seminary itself to bring Islam into dynamic engagement with the needs and challenges of contemporary American society.
The new wing will showcase a library, student lounges, instructional, and administrative space, as well as an auditorium that can be repurposed for a variety of community and educational uses. It will complete the vision of the ISBCC as a showpiece of Roxbury.