Contemporary Moroccan Home, Marrakech
Fobe House is a contemporary property designed by Guilhem Eustache a Paris-based architect. The property was completed in 2007 and can be found in Marrackech, Morocco.
Alumnus of the prestigious L’Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture de Paris, Guilhem Eustache was asked to design a modern home for a Belgian film producer.
This contemporary building visually occupies the five-acre parcel of land. Two parallel concrete sails create a noise and visual barrier to the west. A steep stairway stands between the two walls, rising to a rooftop terrace that gives way to a spectacular view to the south and the Atlas Mountains on a clear day. Large heights, flowing and open spaces, a play on shadow and light: the house spans the landscape. Images courtesy of Jean-Marie Monthiers.
February 3, 2012 | Property | View comments
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