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A Modern Home in Casablanca, Morocco

By Magaly Grosso


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This house, located in Casablanca, Morocco, was designed by Driss Kettani Architecte in 2016.Its main entrance leads directly to the stairs, which themselves lead us to the main door. This, hidden between a wall painted black and another covered with green tiles, welcomes us.

Small, perfectly arranged gardens and a long swimming pool that seem to escort the house stand by its side.

Entering the house, we find a spacious white living room surrounded by glass doors. From there we can see the fantastic pool area and the well-kept garden which are part of the outer areas.

Main entrance of the house

Spacious living room where white predominates. With glass doors leading to the pool
Living room with white curtains

View of the living room with sofa and two transparent chairs placed in front of the fireplace

The living room, which is sparsely decorated with a sofa and two chairs that were placed in front of a fireplace embedded in a wooden wall, tells us a lot about the style used in its predominantly minimalist decoration. Beyond, and strategically placed, are two other sofas that follow the same decorative style. The white curtains that adorn the glass walls resemble clouds, make the room look clear and fresh, giving it a charming and magical look. It is separated from the other rooms by beautiful walls and wooden bars behind which we find a staircase with glass railings that lead to the upper level. There, independent of the rest of the home and keeping their privacy, we find the bedrooms.

Stairs with glass railings leading to the last level and to the bedrooms

View of the garden at sunset
View of main entrance at night

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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