CASA CALI, A VILLA IN CASABLANCA
The architecture reflects the complementarity of a villa in the city, between quiet and protected spaces, dedicated to a family life, and reception spaces, open and welcoming.
On one hand, monolithic masses isolate specific rooms (bedrooms, private apartment, Moroccan living room). We can read through these robust masses a reference to the traditional Moroccan architecture, preserving the ‘’foyer’’ from the external environment.
On the other hand, open and bright volumes identify the common areas of the villa. The central patio (heart of the villa) and the reception areas open on the garden thank to their large bay windows.