I am a massive fan of Moroccan architecture, are you?
In this blog I’d like to show you the most beautiful houses, guest houses and terraces in Morocco I have been to. Most of them are a fusion of Moroccan tradition with a European touch – designed by European expats who wanted to mix influences and styles.
Here you can see the outcome:
Sahraoui house with a Swedish touch
Entirely designed and built by a Swedish couple. More about them and their house here.
Moroccan riad with German touch
Sherazade, two riads turned into a hotel by a German woman. More about Sherazade here.
Berber style terrace with a view
Cafe Fatima Berbere on the curvy road from Boumalene to Gorges de Dades. More about this region here.
Moroccan riad with a Polish touch
Riad Suliman in Marrakesh, decorated, re-designed by a Polish lady whose story you can read here.
Modern Moroccan riad
Riad Quara is run by a Moroccan couple. Modernity and tradition in one place. You can read more about it here.
Old dar with a British touch
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