Composed of cubic modules, a minimalist Moroccan villa encourages relaxation while referencing local building traditions. Designed by the creative French duo behind Studio KO, this serene five-bedroom retreat is located in the small town of Tagadert.
Featuring elegant minimalist interiors, a 98-foot-long infinity pool, and breathtaking views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, there is no doubt Villa K will make an unforgettable getaway.
The villa is composed of earthen building materials that echo both the arid landscape and the traditional structures of the surrounding local villages. The villa has five bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, fireplaces, and air conditioning.
The villa features striking minimalist interiors. Thanks to multiple expansive windows, natural light is able to pour inside, creating a bright, airy vibe. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors frame the gorgeous outdoor views.
The geometric volumes reference local building traditions, while a rectangular infinity pool is set perpendicular to the façade, making it the perfect spot for cooling off in the Moroccan heat. Surrounded by bucolic countryside scenery, the villa is only 25 minutes from Marrakech.
ARCHITECT OF RECORD: Studio KO, Youssef El Gharad
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Akram Etudes
EXTERIOR DESIGN: ORTIS Company, Ahmed Bentaher
STRUCTURAL WORK: Chibani, Mr Barrada
ELECTRICALS: Lahlij Entramis
EXTERIOR CARPENTRY: Mimouni Art Vitrage
INTERIOR CARPENTRY: Agouim
PHOTOGRAPHY: Dan Glasser
AS SEEN ON: Dwell