Morocco Architecture News 2020, North African Buildings, Construction Design, Property Images, Architects

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Key Property Developments in North Africa: New Buildings – Built Environment Updates

post updated Oct 5, 2020

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Morrocan Architecture Designs – chronological list

North African Architectural Projects, chronological:

25 Nov 2018
International Forum on Cities and Heritage in Arab Countries 2018
Location: Dar Souiri, Essaouira, Morocco
Date: 26-28 November 2018
Under the patronage of HH Sheikh Dr. Sultan Al Qassimi the Ruler of Sharjah, and Princess Lalla Hasna, President of the Moroccan Society for Archeology and Heritage, the International Forum on Cities and Heritage in the Arab Countries will be held during the period from 26-28 November 2018 in Essaouira antique city in Morocco.

22 Nov 2018
Guelmim Airport
Design: Groupe3Architectes
Guelmim Airport Morocco Architecture News
photography : Fernando Guerra / FG+SG and Groupe3Architectes
Guelmim Airport Building
The new Guelmim Airport is situated in an existing military infrastructure located 3km north of the city of Guelmim in the south of Morocco.

1 Aug 2017
Sidi Harazem Thermal Bath Complex, Sidi Harazem
Renewal Design: Jean-François Zevaco Architect
Fondation Caisse de Dépôt et de Gestion (CDG)
Date built: 1958
One of Twelve Recipients of Getty Foundation’s Keeping It Modern Grants:
Sidi Harazem Thermal Bath Complex
Nestled in a Moroccan oasis where ancient mineral springs have drawn visitors for centuries, the Sidi Harazem Thermal Bath Complex represents a marriage of nature, public space, and modern architecture. Built four years after Moroccan independence, the complex is the ambitious statement of a new nation determined to create modern and forward-thinking gathering places for its citizens.

26 Nov 2016
The Sofitel Tamuda Bay – A New Resort, M’diq
Design: Galal Mahmoud, GM Architects
The Sofitel Tamuda Bay - Morocco Building News
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The Sofitel Tamuda Bay in Morocco
New awards announced for this most recent major project by Galal Mahmoud. The Sofitel Tamuda Bay is located on the northern coast of Morocco about 20 miles east of Tangier.

26 Aug 2016
Radisson Blu in Marrakech
Design: Atelier Pod
Radisson Blu in Marrakech
image from architecture firm
Radisson Blu in Marrakech
The Radisson Blu Hotel Marrakech has just officially opened its doors. Xavier Guerrand Hermes and the investment fund Actif Invest invited Atelier Pod to design the accommodation of their new Marrakech property operated by the Carlson Rezidor hotel chain.

12 Apr 2016
Residence Atelier Foundation, Marrakesh
Design: PB+Co
Residence Atelier Foundation Morocco Architecture News
photograph : Abderrahmen Ezzine
Residence Atelier Foundation in Marrakesh
Located in a rural landscape and sheltered by olive trees, the Residence-Atelier-Foundation is facing the majestic white outline of the Atlas Mountains. It comprises a private residence, a pavilion for her 3 children and guest artists, and her atelier to retreat and focus on her work. In addition the complex can also host an art gallery and a foundation dedicated to encourage Moroccan women artist vocation.

26 Jan 2016
Gapi Food and Beverage Villa, Casablanca
Design: Lotfi Sidirahal Architects
Gapi Food and Beverage Villa by Lotfi Sidirahal
photograph : Valentina Marchant Photographer
Gapi Food and Beverage Villa Casablanca
The Concept is the Pastry box ribbons, that are usually twisted when trying to confine the cake box. The twist’s dynamic is used to create a double skin facade that adapts to the different uses and orientations.

1 Oct 2013
Villa Zevaco Restaurant Casablanca
Design: Andy Martin Architects
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Villa Zevaco Restaurant Casablanca
Andy Martin Architects were selected from a shortlist of acclaimed British restaurant designers to restore and convert a classic 50s villa, situated in the elegant Anfa District, fancy heart of Casablanca, Morocco’s most cosmopolitan city.

25 Jun 2013
Preservation of Sacred and Collective Oasis Sites, Guelmim Region, Morocco
Design: Salima Naji
Preservation of Oasis Sites Morocco Architecture News
photo : Cemal Emden
Preservation of Oasis Sites
Naji has carried out the work with skilled masons and unskilled workmen, whom she has trained in traditional building techniques and who go on to apply their skills at other sites. Architecture and public spaces have been conserved not only for their historic value, but as locally rooted, sustainable models for contemporary building.

2 May 2013
Hassan II Bridge, Rabat
Design: Marc Mimran Architecture
Hassan II Bridge Rabat
photo : Marc Mimram
Bridge in Rabat
Linking Rabat and Salé to form an urban hub, the Hassan II Bridge and its associated access works relieve both cities’ historic sites and populations of atmospheric and sound pollution.

1 May 2013
Mohammed VI Football Academy Morocco, Salé
Design: Groupe 3 Architectes
Mohammed VI Football Academy Morocco
photo : Cemal Emden
Mohammed VI Football Academy
Providing intensive football training and a school education to around fifty 13-to-18-year-olds, the Academy is designed to encourage both focus and a sense of community.

26 Nov 2012
Casablanca Architectural Competition Winner
New Sustainable Market Square in Casablanca
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Sustainable Market Square Casablanca Architecture Competition
Tom David Architects win first prize in the international architecture competition [AC-CA] Casablanca. The design firm is based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
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CasaArt Casablanca

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