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Jordan Property Information : Buildings

Jordanian Architectural Development – Middle East Built Environment Links

post updated 29 March 2024

Jordanian Architecture Design – chronological list

Jordanian Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Jordan Developments

Amman Building

Capital Bank in Amman

Cristal Leisure Center Dead Sea

House for A Son in Amman

Jordan River Peace Park

King Abdullah II House of Culture & Art

King Abdullah II House of Culture & Art Building

Petra Architecture

Queen Alia International Airport

Serviced Apartments Compound in Jordan

Wadi Rum Lodges

Yarauvi Floating Necropolis in The Dead Sea

We aim to add more buildings in this Middle Eastern country soon – submissions are welcome.

Location: Jordan, Middle East, western Asia

Middle East Architecture Designs

Contemporary Middle East Architectural Selection

Jordan Architecture – architectural selection below:

Yarauvi Floating Necropolis building designed by Miró Rivera Architects:
Yarauvi Floating Necropolis Dead Sea
image courtesy of architects
Death and humans’ response to it have long held the power to bind cultures together and create places that transcend time and custom. Our collective respect for the dead and where they are laid to rest reaches across cultures like few other human experiences.

Queen Alia International Airport, Amman building designed by Foster + Partners, London, England, UK:
Queen Alia International Airport building design Jordan
picture © Foster + Partners
Queen Alia International Airport

Israeli Architecture

Saudia Arabian Buildings

Syrian Building

Yemen Architecture

This index page is for architectural projects in this Middle East country on the e-architect website


Officially titled the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan this is an Arab kingdom in The Middle East, on the East Bank of the Jordan River, and extending into the historic region of Palestine. Jordan borders Saudi Arabia to the south and east, Iraq to the north-east, Syria to the north, and Israel to the west, sharing control of the Dead Sea with the Israel.

The desert kingdom emerged from the post-World War I division of the West Asia by Britain and France. In 1946, Jordan became an independent sovereign state officially known as the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan.

After capturing the West Bank during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, Abdullah I took the title King of Jordan and Palestine. The name of the state was changed to The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in 1946, but this did not become commonly used until a few years later.

Jordan is a constitutional monarchy but the king Abdullah II holds vast executive and legislative powers.

Source: wikipedia

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