Campbell Gray opens aviation-inspired restaurant in Jordan

Elements at the restaurant are styled after or actually made from old airplanes

The walls at Hangar1 are adorned with original works by street artist Ernest Zacharevic
The walls at Hangar1 are adorned with original works by street artist Ernest Zacharevic

Campbell Gray Living Amman,  a mixed-use development from Campbell Gray Hotels in Jordan, has launched a new restaurant inspired by aviation and air travel.

Containing many elements styled after or actually made from old airplanes, the walls at Hangar1 are adorned with original works by street artist Ernest Zacharevic.

“Campbell Gray Living Amman is a project with a vision, which has been realised at every level of our development – from the architecture to the residences themselves. Hangar1 is part of this vision and thanks to its unique theme and aesthetic, I am certain it will really stand out in Amman’s restaurant scene,” said Saad Audeh, chairman of Campbell Gray Hotels and founding member of the Audeh Group.

“We are proud to be launching a business with such potential and pedigree and we are confident that its success will not only elevate the cultural status of The Valley, but will also open the door for further branches across the kingdom, bringing delicious food, drinks and hospitality within a jaw-dropping interior design,” he said. 

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