Although modern buildings have crept in and formed part of Moroccan architecture, it is the older buildings that ooze allure, secrecy and architectural marvels from years gone by.
Moroccan architecture has a somewhat exotic charm and many tourists visit the country to look at a world that is steeped in tradition and culture.
Often defined as reducing an object into its basic necessities, minimalism is also a term that characterizes a popular modern architecture and design current.
The overall interior arrangements let out an impression of soberness, yet in some examples this feeling is diminished by some well chosen details.
Small vividly-colored decorative objects or the presence of wood are just some of the ways you can add cheerfulness to a minimalist modern home.
The residences featured below are not faithful replicas of Phillip Johnson’s Glass House or of Le Courbusier’s Villa Savoye, yet their interior design is (also) characterized by simplicity and lack of ornaments.
Most of the minimalist homes presented in this post are located in beautiful natural settings; some of the projects open up to their environment with the help of massive windows, offering unobstructed views.