The Dar-e-Mehr is a non-consecrated place of worship for the followers of Zoroastrianism, the first monotheistic religion of the world. It is the lowest grade of fire requiring a minimum amount of consecration rituals. Irrespective of its grade, the Atash (fire) holds a deep religious significance for us Zoroastrians as it is pure, life-giving, dispels darkness and represents the ethical values of Asha: order, beneficence, honesty, fairness and justice. The design is an abstraction of traditional fire temples that are situated mainly in India and Iran, exclusive only to Zoroastrians to be able to enter. The 3D model aims to view an abstraction of a Zoroastrian fire temple to educate the wider community and to showcase the inner workings of a Dar-e-Mehr.