W Hotel

Amman, Jordan

W Hotels set the stage for sensory experience – energy and light whisk you inside where scents and sounds abound and the vibrancy inspired by New York City plays with your senses. Slip into a secret space and play voyeur to the stylish set and set your sights where mixing and mingling are always in vogue.
Welcome to wow, where a twist on the familiar surprises and the new delights.

“Slip into a secret space and play voyeur to the stylish set and set your sights where mixing and mingling are always in vogue.”

inspiration

Journey of Discoveries

The guest journey into and out of the building, through an entertainment food and beverage experience is via the depiction of canyon and shard structures. Both positive and negative form and volume create a unique hotel adventure.

Local Accents

Colour pattern, texture, music and light, interweave into the building fabric. The W Amman envelops and contains the energy of the Middle East.

Unique Cityscape

Within a plethora surface, volume, shade and projected light, indoor, outdoor, personal and public space evolve around images of sculpted groves and shaded courtyards. Volumes and a multitude of differing platforms and levels create experience.

interior

Entrance

Inspired from The Siq, also known as Siqit, is the main entrance to the ancient city of Petra. Based on the natural canyon formation and interpretating it into faceted architecture.

“Inspired by the natural formation of the petra canyon and with the use of modern materials to create the faceted, shard look.”

Living Room

The Tree of Life

Inspired by the Petra Olive Tree

and bright colours and patterns of Amman.

“Inspired by the unique cityscape of Amman – the play of volumes, spaces and textures.”
Mesh

Inspired from accents found in Amman, such as the textured and shaded screens, layering of objects and the use of brightly coloured prints and patterns.

Wet Deck

“Taking inspiration from the cityscape of Amman –
the play of different levels and heights.”

Suite

“Taking inspiration from accents in Amman, such as the textures, coloured patterns and interweaving fabrics.”