Sessat Agung is a cultural community center in Tulang Bawang Barat’s Islamic Center, in Lampung. Architecturally it’s a simple stage-house that’s made out of wood, with a contemporary twist. It has a box massing treatment below, and nine gable roofs. In its ceiling, there are the names of the eleven ancient villages in Tulang Bawang Barat, written in Kaganga script. Before anything was built, the site was a swamp, surrounded by rubber plantations. The swamp has now been replaced with a large pool surrounding the two buildings, mosque and Sessat Agung. Water has become an important factor to both of the buildings. Aside from adding aesthetic value, the water keeps a cool air flow, and reflects the beautiful view across the pond. As the As-Sobur Mosque’s counterpart, the Sessat Agung is spread out horizontally to express human being’s relationship with one another, or in Islam known as habluminannas.