Villa Agava, Casablanca

Casablanca house presents closed facade to the street but opens to garden at the rear

This house in Casablanca by architect Driss Kettani features a windowless white box perched above black- and blue-tiled walls, forming an abstract composition of geometric shapes when viewed from the street.

Villa Agava occupies a plot in the Moroccan city that is oriented from north to south, with its northern facade looking straight onto the adjacent street.  (Photos ©  Fernando Guerra)

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