Quranic Architecture: Overview


“Quranic Architecture,” as a term, refers to visual, sonic, and other graphic elements in the Quran, such as the order of Suras or the placement and frequency of words, which contribute to an understanding of the message and assist in both interpretation and memorization of the Quran. This blog is concerned with how analysis of these elements as well as a study of the Quran as a whole revelation, without reliance on traditional interpretations or hadeeths, to help gain an understanding of priorities, message, and the meaning of faith itself. It is not presented as a “Quran Alone” site so much as a Quran-centered site, with a mind to unite and include the Muslim world in a broader understanding of Allah, of the role of the Prophet, and of Islam itself.