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Marrakesh by Design

Author : Maryam Montague
Publisher : Artisan
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 48,6 Mb
Release : 2016-07-26
Category : House & Home
ISBN : 1579657362

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Marrakesh by Design by Maryam Montague Pdf

Moroccan design, from the tiled floors to the colored walls, sculpted ceilings, embroidered fabrics, Berber tents, fountains, gardens, and more In a world filled with beige interiors, Morocco is the perfect antidote: a refuge for addicts of saturated color, a haven for devotees of intricate pattern, a destination for admirers of striking architecture. For anyone who wants to add Morocco's spicy design mix into their own home, Maryam Montague, the personality behind the award-winning blog My Marrakesh, explains how to do so with the building blocks of Moroccan design—from the colors, patterns, and textiles to the archways, fountains, gardens, and so much more. With illustrative text and gorgeous photographs, Maryam shows how Moroccan design comes to life in real villas and riads and in her own magnificent home and guesthouse. Eager DIYers will love the ideas presented in sidebars and in how-to projects that can be applied to homes anywhere. Filled with all the richness of Morocco,Marrakesh by Design will transport readers straight to the souks and salons of this exotic city while showing them the multitude of ways to live with the enticing elements of Moroccan design.

Marrakech Flair

Author : Marisa Berenson
Publisher : Assouline Publishing
Page : 6 pages
File Size : 44,7 Mb
Release : 2020-10-01
Category : Travel
ISBN : 9781614289616

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Marrakech Flair by Marisa Berenson Pdf

It has been said that Marrakech awakens all of the senses. Whether it is seeing the intricate zellige tilework; smelling the various spices sold at the souks; hearing the call to prayer emanate from the nearby mosques; touching the supple leather used to make a pair of babouches (leather sandals); tasting a flavorful tagine, Marrakech never fails to excite. Located just west of the Atlas Mountains, the city has been inhabited by Berber farmers for centuries. It has been dubbed the “Ochre City” because of the proliferation of red sandstone buildings and the red city walls, which now enclose the Medina, home to Jemaa el-Fnaa, one of the busiest squares in Africa.

Morocco

Author : Landt Dennis
Publisher : Clarkson Potter
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 53,8 Mb
Release : 1992
Category : Architecture, Domestic
ISBN : 0517574209

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Morocco by Landt Dennis Pdf

Morocco celebrates the decorative arts and centuries-old folk traditions of a country in the midst of a cultural renaissance. The glorious photographs make this book a joy for the armchair traveler, while the documentary information about Morocco's houses, arts, and crafts make it invaluable for everyone interested in design. Full-color photographs.

Moroccan Style

Author : Alexandra Bonfante-Warren
Publisher : Barnes & Noble Publishing
Page : 108 pages
File Size : 46,9 Mb
Release : 2000
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 9781567999563

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Moroccan Style by Alexandra Bonfante-Warren Pdf

Take a photographic tour of the most popular periods and fashions in interior design and architecture. Each book features the insights of an expert design writer and numerous fine examples of a particular style's architectural elements, period and geographic facets, and distinguishing decorative flourishes. Stunning photography showcases both exterior and interior details to give readers a full understanding of each style. Informative and inspiring, this series presents design writing at its best. A must-have for home design enthusiasts!

The Storyteller of Marrakesh: A Novel

Author : Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya
Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
Page : 351 pages
File Size : 55,5 Mb
Release : 2011-01-31
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780393080353

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The Storyteller of Marrakesh: A Novel by Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya Pdf

"An enigmatic fable in the tradition of 'The Thousand and One Nights.' " —Anderson Tepper, New York Times Book Review Hassan, a storyteller, has gathered listeners in Marrakesh’s fabled Jemaa el Fna to perform his annual re-creation of the night on which two foreigners mysteriously disappeared from the square. But as his audience offers contradicting testimonies, and details transform or dissolve in the haze of memory, the couple takes on an air as enigmatic as their fate, leaving us to wonder whether Hassan is getting closer to the truth or, more disturbingly, is himself part of the mystery.

Travel Home

Author : Caitlin Flemming,Julie Goebel
Publisher : Abrams
Page : 296 pages
File Size : 46,6 Mb
Release : 2019-09-24
Category : House & Home
ISBN : 9781683356493

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Travel Home by Caitlin Flemming,Julie Goebel Pdf

“A peek inside the homes of tastemakers . . . A masterclass in how to infuse the ideas and finds you scoop up on the road into your digs back home.” —Chairish A road map for bringing far-flung design ideas back home, Travel Home shows us how to curate interiors that reflect our favorite places and experiences in ways that are beautiful and authentic. Touring the homes of leaders in global design who share a deep affection for travel, the book explores interiors with influences as widespread as Marrakesh, Paris, Cuba, Tokyo, Portugal, and beyond. Vivid photography is supplemented with insightful essays, interviews, and hardworking tips for cultivating your own global home. For globetrotters and armchair travelers alike, Travel Home showcases the interplay between travel and design, revealing how we can take inspiration from the beauty we experience in the world and bring it into our everyday lives. “The book is a study of how travel informs our taste—and a beautiful illustration of the creative potential a mother-daughter partnership can yield.” —goop “Upon finishing Travel Home I felt inspired in the same way that I feel inspired after a big trip. It’s a book you’re going to want to take notes in, take pictures of, and share with your friends. It will be a book very well loved.” —Justina Blakeney, designer and New York Times-bestselling author of Jungalow “There are so many books about interiors, but this book is a genuine opportunity to get to know the people and the mentality behind their spaces.” —Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, authors and television stars on Nate & Jeremiah by Design

Living in Morocco Revised Edition

Author : Lisl Dennis,Landt Dennis
Publisher : National Geographic Books
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 52,6 Mb
Release : 2001-06-05
Category : Art
ISBN : 9780500282649

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Living in Morocco Revised Edition by Lisl Dennis,Landt Dennis Pdf

Morocco is an exhilarating combination of vivid sensuality and intense spirituality, an intoxicating blend of cultures. Berber, Arab, French, English, and Spanish: the country's rich mixture of heritages is matched by its geography, which ranges from coast to mountain to desert. This revised edition of Living in Morocco celebrates the indigenous arts of a country at the height of a cultural renaissance. Morocco is known for fine leather and for pottery that dates back a thousand years. Berber rugs are justly famous, and there is a thriving tradition of woodworking, especially in the native thuya wood. Most extraordinary, though, is Morocco's decorative painting and tilework, where, forbidden by religion to depict human figures, craftsmen have developed a vocabulary of pattern and ornament. The book is filled with brightly colored ceilings, decorated courtyards and walls, plaster of Paris carved and painted in intricate geometrics, tiles so small that 150 could fit in a matchbox. Lavishly illustrated chapters on decorative and folk arts alternate with chapters on Moroccan life today. We visit Chaouen in the Rif Mountains (a city only recently open to Westerners), where the town's undulating surfaces are painted a bone-chilling blue-tinted white. We peer into an abandoned kasbah in the Sahara, and absorb the sights, sounds, and smells of the frenzied souk. We take time out in the shady blue-and-pink environs of the Majorelle Gardens, laid out by French painter Jacques Majorelle, and explore the story behind La Mamounia, the famous hotel that has welcomed such guests as Winston Churchill. Most important, we see Morocco's arts brought to life in its homesfrom former harems to traditional Hispano-Moorish houses. Glorious photographs make this a treasure for the armchair traveler, while the documentation of Morocco's houses, arts, and crafts make it an invaluable resource for decorators and designers. Published in hardcover under the title Morocco: Designs from Casablanca to Marrakesh. 346 color photographs.

Studio KO

Author : Karl Fornier,Olivier Marty
Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 51,7 Mb
Release : 2017-10-10
Category : House & Home
ISBN : 9780847860500

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Studio KO by Karl Fornier,Olivier Marty Pdf

A debut monograph on the highly sought-after French architecture duo renowned for a signature aesthetic infused with clean lines and raw minimalism. Founded by French architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty in 2000, Studio KO has quickly secured its status in the world of architectural design. A refreshing modernist aesthetic imbued with subtle references to history and culture defines their work. While Marty and Fournier are best known for their minimalist villas set in awe-inspiring landscapes, recent commissions also include restaurants, boutiques, and hotels across New York, Paris, and London. The first monograph dedicated to Studio KO, this beautifully illustrated book spotlights a diverse array of their work, from private residences in breathtaking scenery, ranging from the Moroccan mountains to Provence and Brittany in France, to the highly anticipated Yves Saint Laurent Museum, due to open in Marrakech in 2017. Boasting never-before-seen architectural plans, personal photos, and sumptuous photographs of finished spaces, this book offers a fascinating look at the most in-demand architectural designers of today.

Marrakesh, Fez and Rabat (Cadogan Guides)

Author : Barnaby Rogerson
Publisher : Cadogan Guides
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 42,8 Mb
Release : 2010-11-01
Category : Travel
ISBN : 156656820X

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Marrakesh, Fez and Rabat (Cadogan Guides) by Barnaby Rogerson Pdf

Bursting with personal knowledge and practical information from a renowned expert on Morocco, this guidebook will let you in on the secrets of these three unique imperial cities and will give you complete insights into their history, religion, culture, and architecture. It offers practical, reliable advice on everything from negotiating the labyrinthine medinas to exploring the winding alleys and interlocking courtyards, as well as how to barter, and where to get the best bargains.

The Villas and Riads of Morocco

Author : Corinne Verner
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 270 pages
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Release : 2005-07-19
Category : Architecture
ISBN : UCSC:32106018146990

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The Villas and Riads of Morocco by Corinne Verner Pdf

The austere facades that line the labyrinthine streets of Morocco's ancient walled neighborhoods reveal almost nothing of the luminous residences within. "The Villas and Riads of Morocco" lifts the veil on these secret paradises, from fantastic palaces in Fez and Essaouira to middle-class riads in Marrakech to converted casbahs in the southern oases. With more than 200 stunning photographs, this beautiful volume takes us behind the scenes to explore a side of Morocco that is largely hidden to outsiders. The book showcases exquisite interiors that combine rich materials such as cedar and marble; luxurious carpets and textiles; filigree carving and other handiwork; and vibrant color palettes. Also featured is the remarkable mosaicwork found especially in the central courtyard gardens and patios that form the heart of the Moroccan house. Accompanying these sumptuous views is a vivid history of the country's residential architecture and its fascinating mix of Andalusian, Arab, and Saharan influences. "The Villas and Riads of Morocco" not only offers a feast for the eyes but also illuminates an entire culture.

The Orange Trees of Marrakesh

Author : Stephen Frederic Dale
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Page : 205 pages
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Release : 2015-11-02
Category : History
ISBN : 9780674495821

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An examination of Khaldun’s Islamic history of the premodern world, its philosophical underpinnings, and the author himself. In his masterwork Muqaddimah, the Arab Muslim Ibn Khaldun (1332–1406), a Tunisian descendant of Andalusian scholars and officials in Seville, developed a method of evaluating historical evidence that allowed him to identify the underlying causes of events. His methodology was derived from Aristotelian notions of nature and causation, and he applied it to create a dialectical model that explained the cyclical rise and fall of North African dynasties. The Muqaddimah represents the world’s first example of structural history and historical sociology. Four centuries before the European Enlightenment, this work anticipated modern historiography and social science. In Stephen F. Dale’s The Orange Trees of Marrakesh, Ibn Khaldun emerges as a cultured urban intellectual and professional religious judge who demanded his fellow Muslim historians abandon their worthless tradition of narrative historiography and instead base their works on a philosophically informed understanding of social organizations. His strikingly modern approach to historical research established him as the premodern world’s preeminent historical scholar. It also demonstrated his membership in an intellectual lineage that begins with Plato, Aristotle, and Galen; continues with the Greco-Muslim philosophers al-Farabi, Avicenna, and Averroes; and is renewed with Montesquieu, Hume, Adam Smith, and Durkheim. Praise for The Orange Trees of Marrakesh “Stephen Dale’s book contains a careful account of the dizzying ups and downs of Ibn Khaldun’s political and academic career at courts in North Africa, Andalusia and Egypt. For these and other reasons The Orange Trees of Marrakesh deserves careful and respectful attention.” —Robert Irwin, The Times Literary Supplement (UK) “Historian Stephen Frederic Dale argues that Ibn Khaldun’s work is a key milestone on the road from Greek to Enlightenment thought, chiming with the radical reasoning of philosophers such as Montesquieu and Adam Smith.” —Barbara Kiser, Nature “Dale’s interest in Greco-Islamic philosophy contributes to this biography’s uniqueness . . . This work provides indispensable background information to truly appreciate this single most influential Islamic historian.” —R. W. Zens, Choice “Excellent scholarship on a fascinating subject.” —Publishers Weekly

Moroccan Fashion

Author : M. Angela Jansen
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Page : 181 pages
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Release : 2014-11-20
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9781472589194

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Moroccan Fashion by M. Angela Jansen Pdf

Moroccan garment design and consumption have experienced major shifts in recent history, transforming from a traditional craft-based enterprise to a thriving fashion industry. Influenced by western fashion, dress has become commoditized and has expanded from tailoring to designer labels. This book presents the first detailed ethnographic study of Moroccan fashion. Drawing on interviews with three generations of designers and the lifestyle press, the author provides an in-depth analysis of the development of urban dress, which reveals how traditional dress has not been threatened but rather produced and consumed in different ways. With chapters examining themes such as dress and politics, gender, faith, modernity, and exploring topics from craft to e-fashion, this book will be essential reading for students and scholars of fashion, anthropology, material culture, sociology, cultural studies, gender studies and related fields.

Marrakech Noir

Author : Fouad Laroui,Allal Bourqia,Abdelkader Benali
Publisher : Akashic Books
Page : 232 pages
File Size : 44,6 Mb
Release : 2018-08-07
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781617756535

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Marrakech Noir by Fouad Laroui,Allal Bourqia,Abdelkader Benali Pdf

This unique anthology of crime fiction features 15 original stories of “scandals, smugglers, and other sordid tales” by award-winning Moroccan authors (CrimeReads). At first glance, Marrakech may seem like an odd setting for noir fiction. Contemporary Moroccans call it The Joyful City—a place where locals are happy to joke about gossip and quick to forget stories of crime. But in Marrakech Noir, some of Morocco’s finest authors address old wrong that have been kept hidden behind the city’s ancient gates, and spin contemporary tales of poverty, grift, and violence in this global tourist destination. Marrakech Noir features brand-new stories by Fouad Laroui, Allal Bourqia, Abdelkader Benali, Mohamed Zouhair, Mohamed Achaari, Hanane Derkaoui, Fatiha Morchid, Mahi Binebine, Mohamed Nedali, Halima Zine El Abidine, My Seddik Rabbaj, Yassin Adnan, Karima Nadir, Taha Adnan, and Lahcen Bakour.

Shopping in Marrakech

Author : Susan Simon
Publisher : New York Review of Books
Page : 244 pages
File Size : 44,5 Mb
Release : 2009
Category : Reference
ISBN : 1892145782

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Shopping in Marrakech by Susan Simon Pdf

How to choose among the thousands of shops, stores, and souk stalls? And how to evenfindthem in this labyrinthine city, where street names and addresses seldom appear on the city map? Let Susan Simon guide you through the winding alleys, hidden courtyards, and bustling markets to uncover the best of the treasures of Marrakech: luxurious caftans; bejeweled shoes and slippers; ethnic jewelry; handmade decorative objects for the home; beautifully embroidered linens; colorful ceramics; sequined antique shawls; gold-encrusted glassware. The stylish author and the photographer (who has appeared on the world’s best-dressed list) both have dozens of ideas of how to incorporate your exotic finds into every wardrobe and home. The guide is divided into seven separate walks–and little bonus walks–that take you through the main shopping areas, using the author’s precise directions and visual landmarks. And, as a caterer and cookbook author, Simon can’t resist pointing out her favorite spots for everything from mint tea and pastries to fragranttagines–many hidden behind innocuous entrances and set in ancient, verdant riads (traditional Moroccan courtyard homes) or on terraces overlooking the breathtaking city.

Moorish Style

Author : Miles Danby
Publisher : Phaidon Press
Page : 248 pages
File Size : 51,8 Mb
Release : 1995
Category : Architecture
ISBN : UOM:39015037493049

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Moorish Style by Miles Danby Pdf

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