STUDIO KO

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    So this is how you build a home in Morocco. Take locally sourced Oika stone to build fortress-like walls that meld into the landscape while creating a sense of internal oasis with rendered walls, pale timber flooring and full height steel pivot windows to take in the tree lined valley surrounds.

    Paring Moroccan elements of stone and rendered cement with Parisian elements of blackened steel and aged timber, architectural firm Studio KO has mastered the blend of natural elements with sophisticated contemporary style.

     

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    Est-Magazine-Villa-E-Morocco-by-Studio-KO-Shelf

    Est-Magazine-Villa-E-Morocco-by-Studio-KO-Kitchen

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    Est-Magazine-Villa-E-by-Studio-Ko-Bathroom

    PHOTOGRAPHY: Dan Glasser

3 thoughts on “STUDIO KO

  1. Fantastic photos and location! I’ve been to Morocco back in 07, this home oozes minimalistic tone, but is so rich in textures and views. Less is more, beautiful.

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