Chahar Mahal Palace
In Marrakech, opposite the Atlas Mountains, an entirely virgin former agricultural piece of land played along with the construction of a palace surrounded by a park gathering over a thousand scents.
In an Oriental and Moroccan architectural style, the simplicity of the lines bestows a modern tone upon this residence. Sculptured plaster indoor features enrich the sobriety of the various rooms, ceilings and fireplaces. Traditional materials such as tadelakt, a kind of smoothed lime plaster with natural pigments, on the walls and begmat, which are terracotta tiles, on the floors accentuate the site’s Moroccan identity.
The park consists of several walkways, which follow the land’s undulations, around the pool, its pavilions, its spa, around the lake with its fish, turtles and island, and the olive trees, and which greet guests and lead them to the house, the flowerbeds, the vegetable garden and the orchard.