The present work deals with the design of a dialogue center in the 11th district of the municipality of Simmering, on the border of the Cadastre communities of Simmering and Kaiserebersdorf. The design is based on a combination of the elements of Islamic and Austrian architecture. The essential elements of Islamic architecture and their functions are analyzed. The identity of these should be determined and their influence on Viennese architecture examined. In order to gain a starting point for a concept for the dialogue center, the work deals initially with the analysis and function of the Islamic architecture and finally leads to the draft. Especially in the context of the adjacent transitional architecture to more rural areas, the intended architecture creates a melting pot of the cultural diversity of Vienna in general and allows for a transparent dialogue between different interest groups, irrespective of religious and religious interests cultural backgrounds. The resulting architecture animated by its open design, the networking of diverse groups of community groups, and invites the multi-faceted and heterogeneous society of Vienna to a place of encounter. The design represents a solution for social and structural controversies and evaluates the quality of the local conditions by their revival.