The Parisian architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty from Studio KO gained their credibility in Morocco thanks to several successful projects, mainly in Marrakech and Essaouira. Villa D was their first and it was perfectly achieved, it was a fusion between Kasbah styles, with pisé walls and with windows to let in the daylight. This property sits on 6 hectares, in the Marrakech countryside, only fifteen minutes away from the walls of the city, it was a farm, now with buildings renovated by artisans in the traditional way of the country. Now a pleasure for the young guests of the European owners to stay there. Some reminders of the ancient utilization may be spotted on the way to the main villa. This is the case of a wonderful 19th century oil mill. The modern buildings perfectly fit in harmony with the old. There are pisé walls inside and outside, exquisite comfort and a minimalist design with the right amount of woodwork and furniture to underline the pure lines. There is a constant effect of perspective and wide volumes in this house where the owners have created a double common area. On the second floor, there is a private space and a magnificent master suite. As far as friends are concerned, they use the beautiful suites in the pavilions next door. There, the hammam and massage are also accessible, in a highly luxurious spa.