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 a Persian, Moroccan and Western architectural vocabulary, the simplicity of the lines gives this house a modern tone. From the entrance the visitor is greeted by a lush park composed of multiple paths leaning against the movements of land. The body of water, a microcosm of biodiversity, is home to Koi carp turtles and other inhabitants. In the heart of the park the swimming pool bordered by a palm beach invites to serenity. Elsewhere the olive grove leads visitors to the gourmet orchard and vegetable garden.