Palais Layadi: Renovating a Moroccan Palace

Palais Layadi: Renovating a Moroccan Palace

Aaron Able
Dec 10, 2008

Here's some Marrakech eye-candy from The New York Times: The Palais Layadi in Marrakech, Morocco was once the home of a tribal lord — Caid Layadi. The eight buildings and 43,055 square feet of the palace are being renovated by Jean-Louis Raynaud and Kenyon Kramer for their client, a Swiss banker...

Check out the story behind this quick but thorough transformation: In Morocco, a 19th-Century Palace Transformed and the slideshow.

Images: Ingrid Pullar for The New York Times

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