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Green lunch

Green, green, green. A summer wind. A desire for freshness, lightness. A table for (…)

Lifestyle in Dar Kawa – fragments

In Dar Kawa, style and personality are expressed in every detail. The decoration tells (…)

Working with leather (2013)

Each leather piece is unique and reveals its genuine qualities in the creations of (…)

V.Barkowski linen in Dar Kawa – Marrakech

Bed and bath linen. Linge de lit et linge de bain. “LAMU” bath towel. (…)

Dar Kawa the story of a house

Dar Kawa lies in the very heart of the medina, or old city, in (…)

Life in Dar Kawa

Authenticity     Confort     Refinement     The feeling of being at home Authenticité   (…)

Dar Kawa : patio et salon

I chose neutral tones and sober, contemporary comfort as the themes for the decor, (…)

Dar Kawa : Suite Mumtaz

Suite Mumtaz is: impressive volumes, light, a fireplace, books, massage upon request, and Bandit (…)

Dar Kawa : Junior Suite Olmassi

The Olmassi Junior Suite is located on the ground floor with a view on (…)

Dar Kawa : Junior Suite Omani

The “Omani” Junior Suite consists of a sitting room, bedroom, walk-in closet, and bathroom. (…)

Dar Kawa : Double Room Baboune

The four bedrooms and their respective bathrooms are connected to a central patio, a (…)

Food in Dar Kawa

The joys of dining: a delight for body and mind, be it a refreshing (…)

Bibliography

Sur papier glacé, Dar Kawa se présente et invite au voyage… Son intérieur se (…)

A saadian house Marrakech – 2002

A saadian house from the 17th century in the medina of Marrakech. In arabic (…)

Jean-Marc Ferrière in the workshop

This photostory is the product of Jean-Marc Ferrière’s residency at the Fondation Sahart. Inspired (…)

Thread and needle

Traditional Moroccan caftans and djellabas always featured passementerie: ornaments made of braided fibers. The (…)

The ancient art of feltmaking

Plied by expert Moroccan hands, fleece becomes strong, beautiful, colorful felt. How? Take a (…)

Knotting on a loom

Frame loom knotting is not especially widespread as a Moroccan craft. It is limited (…)