Posts Tagged as: Morocco

Villa Agava | Driss Kettani Architecte

Villa Agava | Driss Kettani Architecte

Villa Agava is a semi-detached villa and is projected on a north-south facing plot and plays on a facade on a blind street by opening completely to the side and the garden to the south. The obligation to fit on the existing neighboring house and the rules of forced setbacks predefine the plan silhouette.

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Technology School of Laayoune | Saad El Kabbaj + Driss Kettani + Siana Architects

Technology School of Laayoune | Saad El Kabbaj + Driss Kettani + Siana Architects

The project of the Technology School of Laayoune in Morocco is part of the decentralization policy of universities centers in the different regions of the country. The program consists on teaching spaces, library, administrative offices, teacher’s offices and services.

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Wall of knowledge | Tarik Zoubdi Architecte + Moubir Benchekroun Architect

Wall of knowledge | Tarik Zoubdi Architecte + Moubir Benchekroun Architect

“Wall of knowledge” is a construction project of a middle school in the city of El Jadida (100 km south of Casablanca). The school was built for the OCP employees’ children.

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Taroudant University | Saad El Kabbaj + Driss Kettani + Mohamed Amine Siana Architects

Taroudant University | Saad El Kabbaj + Driss Kettani + Mohamed Amine Siana Architects

The design of Taroudant University relies on a set of architectural and urban principles brought to life through a conception where the inward and the outward interpenetrate, the scales vary and where the user is one with architecture.The scale of the riad is blurred and diluted by a set of plots of various sizes, and a series of gardens that define different buildings.

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Technology School of Guelmim | Saad El Kabbaj + Driss Ketani Architecte + Siana Architects

Technology School of Guelmim | Saad El Kabbaj + Driss Ketani Architecte + Siana Architects

The project of the Technology School of Guelmim is part of the development policy of academic institutions in the southern regions of Morocco. The project consists of an amphitheater, classrooms, workshops, laboratories, administration, library, teacher’s offices and office staff housing.

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Driss Kettani Architecte

Driss Kettani Architecte

Driss Kettani graduated from the National School of Architecture in Rabat in 2003 and founded the Driss Kettani Architecte agency in 2005

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Saad El Kabbaj Architect

Saad El Kabbaj Architect

Operating in the fields of architecture, urban planning and interior design, the Saad El Kabbaj agency was founded in 2005.

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Villa Z | Siana Architecte

Villa Z | Siana Architecte

The Villa Z is a product of very strict city regulations, ones that ultimately confined the building into a 15m distance in a tight square. Their principal intention was to go out from the cube perception to answer to the client program.

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Villa F | Siana Architecte

Villa F | Siana Architecte

Villa F Casablanca tries to feature a philosophical discourse between tradition and modernity. The morphology is conceived as a contemporary update of the modernist architecture of Casablanca and as well as an evolution of the Moroccan way of life.

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Siana Architecte

Siana Architecte

Siana established his own practice in 2007. He expands and contracts his staff to adapt the level of expertise and work needed to each commission.

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Concrete phrontistery | Tarik Zoubdi Architecte & Mounir Benchekroun Architect

Concrete phrontistery | Tarik Zoubdi Architecte & Mounir Benchekroun Architect

The OCP institute for socio-educational promotion is a high school project, emerged from a desire to provide a new teaching building, fit for the 21st century education, for the children of OCP group workers in El Jadida, following a growing number of primary and middle school students last few years.

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Tarik Zoubdi Architectte

Tarik Zoubdi Architectte

In Tarik Zoubdi’s opinion, architecture is the poetic spatial translation of human aspirations for a better life. I believe in contextual architecture, which claims to belong to a place, as if it has always been part of it. I believe that we must resist to the collective temptation to fall into “folk mimicry”, and renounce to any temptation to “fashion” by seeking timelessness.

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