Muzium Masjid Sultan Abdullah

Muzium Masjid Sultan Abdullah is a small mosque built in the 1930s and has been beautifully restored for its new role as an Islamic arts museum.

As a small museum, we felt that there was no real need for any wayfinding or signage system as its architectural layout, defined by a strong symmetry and spatial form, was obvious to any first-time visitors.

The museum is divided into three thematic zones: The Islamic World, The Malay World, and The Royal Realm.