Moroccan style

Riad Laksiba, Marrakesh, Morocco. Website: * http://www.laksiba.com

Moroccan style is a new trend in decoration which takes its roots from Moorish architecture, it has been made popular by the vogue of Riads renovation in Marrakech. Its becoming popular in some circles in UK and the USA. Riad Laksiba notably formed part of a reality TV program following a family buying and restoring an ancient Riad in the Medina of Marrakech. It was aired on House Hunters International to an estimated global audience of 97 millions on September 21, 2010. Due to the popularity of this trend the TV show is regularly repeated. Moroccan architecture is beautiful, ranging from royal arches to modern buildings lit up with neon lights at night.

See also

References

  • New Moroccan Style : The Art of Sensual Living ISBN 0-609-61045-7
  • Moroccan Style (Architecture & Design Library) ISBN 1-56799-956-5
  • Living in Morocco: Design from Casablanca to Marrakesh ISBN 0-500-28264-1

External links

  • Moroccan Interior Design Style - Background of Islamic Architecture
  • Moroccan Design - Blog on Moroccan Design and Culture



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