Client: Ministry of Tourism
Location: Seville – Spain
Services Provided: Interior Design & Supervision
Total Built-up Area: 300 sq.m
Construction Cost: US $ 300,000
Starting Date: 1991 Design – 1991 Supervision
Completion Date: 1991 Design – 1992 Supervision


The Jordan Pavilion in the Seville Expo, the interior/ exhibition design of the pavilions was based on the chronological registration of cultures that shared the land of Jordan. This setup is achieved through a merge between photography and architecture in order to create a sense of place instead of a space-container. The visitor is led through a short passage replicating the siq of Petra, with a model of al-Khazna (Nabataean). The ground floor consists of a reception area, a representation of Qusayr Amra (Umayyad Hammam), Salt region that exhibits traditional crafts and costumes, and a niche for the contemporary Hashemite of Jordan. The second floor consists of offices, waiting area, reception, and a V.I.P. lounge.