Ibrahim, Abdelbaki Mohamed (ed). 1999. Amman City Hall. In Alam al-Bina. Cairo: Center for Planning and Architectural Studies, 22-24/207.
This project was erected in the center of Amman, as part of recent urban redevelopment in the city. It consists of a three-floor building that has meeting halls for the officers and the public, behind which lies a long five-floor building that has the offices. The city hall was designed to be an imposing structure that expresses the historical values of the place while maintaining a clear contemporary impression. Architect Jafar Tukan. (Taken from English summary on page 8)