The five Koushi lamps hanging over the massive dining table are designed by the American photographer Mark Eden Schooley who I have blogged about before, see here. The dining table itself is 6 meters long, made from thick, and I´m guessing, extremely heavy planks from the Kauri tree, found in New Zealand. The floor tiles are designed by Paola and handmade in Morocco.
There are so many details that I love in this house. I love the industrial features which you see in particular in the kitchen but also in the steel structures of the upper passageways and how the industrial details blend beautifully with objects and details of Moroccan origin.
I´m particularly smitten with the massive beams, which like the brick walls, are painted white, making stark contrast to the furniture and fireplace.
The bathroom sink in the shape of a pie form, is designed by Paola for Flaminia.
The bathroom tiles on floors and walls are also designed by Paola for Flaminia and handmade in Morocco.
Text based on original text by Mille Collin Flaherty for Rum magazine