Good architecture is one that belongs to its time and place,
The concept behind Jafar Tukan Atelier was inspired by the boundless creativity and exceptional leadership of Jordanian architect Jafar Tukan, who blazed the trail with architectural solutions that are seamlessly tailored to the unique cultural and environmental needs of individuals and communities throughout the region.
Today, the architects and designers at Jafar Tukan Atelier keep the Jordanian paragon’s legacy alive by presenting architectural masterpieces reflective of his aesthetically rich, functional and environmentally sustainable style.
Jafar Tukan Atelier has become a renowned architectural signature within the Arab World, offering distinguished designs for major civic, cultural, educational, medical and commercial buildings, as well as residential, interior design, tourism and cultural heritage projects.
The Jafar Tukan Library was founded to inspire today’s professionals and tomorrow’s innovators in architecture, design and engineering. Established in 1984 as a regional reference center, the library boasts an impressive collection of local and international books, periodicals, technical reports and codes.
Housed at CCG's international head office in Amman, Jordan, architects and students have these resources at their disposal to aid them in their studies and professional development, whether it be in architecture, interior design, art, planning, landscaping or construction.
Recognized throughout the region and beyond as a pioneer architect with a unique style and approach, the works of Jafar Tukan speak volumes. With distinctly innovative and beautiful works, Jafar Tukan managed to almost singlehandedly propel architectural design in the Middle East and North Africa, earning him distinction among his peers and those who value great architecture.
In 2003, Jafar Tukan brought his unique vision, proven skill and vast experience to establish a team of architects within CC Group. His impressive contribution in his field earned him several accolades - including the Agha Khan Award for Architecture for his design of the SOS Children’s Village in Aqaba, Jordan, in 2001.
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