Ja'afar Tuqan (Arabic: جعفر طوقان‎‎) (also spelled Jafar Tukan; born in 1938 in Jerusalem) is one of the pioneering Palestinian-Jordanian architects and one of the most famous as well. He designed the Municipality of Amman in Ras al Ayn, and he belongs to several important committees including that of the National Gallery. Ja'afar Tuqan also designed the Royal Automobile Museum, The Jordan Museum, the Central Bank of Jordan building and the iconic Jordan Gate Towers. He is the recipient of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture for his 1991 design of a Children's Village - Aqaba, Jordan.

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  • جعفر طوقان،(1938 - 25 نوفمبر 2014)، معماري فلسطيني / أردني من مواليد القدس أحد أشهر معماريي الحداثة في الوطن العربي، هو ابن الشاعر الفلسطيني إبراهيم طوقان من مدينة نابلس بالضفة الغربية، ساهم في مشاريع كبرى في معظم البلاد العربية انطلاقاً من الأردن. شغل منصب رئيس هيئة مديري اتحاد المستشارين للهندسة والبيئة والتي يتخذ من عمّان مقرا له. نال عدة جوائز من أهمها جائزة أغا خان للعمارة الإسلامية في دورتها الثامنة عام 1999. (ar)
  • Ja'afar Tuqan (Arabic: جعفر طوقان‎‎) (also spelled Jafar Tukan; born in 1938 in Jerusalem) is one of the pioneering Palestinian-Jordanian architects and one of the most famous as well. He designed the Municipality of Amman in Ras al Ayn, and he belongs to several important committees including that of the National Gallery. Ja'afar Tuqan also designed the Royal Automobile Museum, The Jordan Museum, the Central Bank of Jordan building and the iconic Jordan Gate Towers. He is the recipient of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture for his 1991 design of a Children's Village - Aqaba, Jordan. Tuqan is also on the Board of Trustees of the Palestinian Art Court – Al Hoash. Tuqan graduated from the American University of Beirut in 1960. He is the son of the prominent Palestinian poet Ibrahim Tuqan, writer of the famous poem Mawtini, the current national anthem of Iraq. He is also the nephew of both the Jordanian Prime Minister Ahmad Toukan and the famous Palestinian poet Fadwa Tuqan and thus a member of the prominent Tuqan family. He died on November 25th, 2014 in Amman, Jordan (en)
  • Jaafar Touqan, né à Jérusalem le 19 janvier 1938, est un architecte palestino-jordanien parmi les plus connus. Il est le fils du poète Ibrahim Touqan. Jaafar Touqan a été formé à l'université de Naplouse et à l'université américaine de Beyrouth. Il a remporté le Prix Aga Khan d'architecture 2001 pour son village d'enfants de Aqaba. Récipiendaire de la Palestinian ART court Alhoash. (fr)
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  • جعفر طوقان،(1938 - 25 نوفمبر 2014)، معماري فلسطيني / أردني من مواليد القدس أحد أشهر معماريي الحداثة في الوطن العربي، هو ابن الشاعر الفلسطيني إبراهيم طوقان من مدينة نابلس بالضفة الغربية، ساهم في مشاريع كبرى في معظم البلاد العربية انطلاقاً من الأردن. شغل منصب رئيس هيئة مديري اتحاد المستشارين للهندسة والبيئة والتي يتخذ من عمّان مقرا له. نال عدة جوائز من أهمها جائزة أغا خان للعمارة الإسلامية في دورتها الثامنة عام 1999. (ar)
  • Jaafar Touqan, né à Jérusalem le 19 janvier 1938, est un architecte palestino-jordanien parmi les plus connus. Il est le fils du poète Ibrahim Touqan. Jaafar Touqan a été formé à l'université de Naplouse et à l'université américaine de Beyrouth. Il a remporté le Prix Aga Khan d'architecture 2001 pour son village d'enfants de Aqaba. Récipiendaire de la Palestinian ART court Alhoash. (fr)
  • Ja'afar Tuqan (Arabic: جعفر طوقان‎‎) (also spelled Jafar Tukan; born in 1938 in Jerusalem) is one of the pioneering Palestinian-Jordanian architects and one of the most famous as well. He designed the Municipality of Amman in Ras al Ayn, and he belongs to several important committees including that of the National Gallery. Ja'afar Tuqan also designed the Royal Automobile Museum, The Jordan Museum, the Central Bank of Jordan building and the iconic Jordan Gate Towers. He is the recipient of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture for his 1991 design of a Children's Village - Aqaba, Jordan. (en)
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