Shoe designer Bruno Frisoni, of famed fashion house Roger Vivier, and furniture designer Hervé Van der Straeten create an eclectic retreat in the medina of Tangiers, Morocco.
I’m absolutely enamored by the Tangiers residence of Bruno Frisoni and Hervé Van der Straeten. The home, appearing in the June issue of Vogue, exudes the French modern aesthetic that I love while maintaining its classic Moroccan features. In addition to France and Morocco, the couple used finds from around the globe—from Mexico to the Middle East—creating an eclectic retreat that mixes colors, styles, and textures.
Framed fragments of Warhol’s 1974 Mao wallpaper
The design was inspired by varied sources including works by Matisse, the city palaces of Damascus, and nearby homes of French expats.
The walls of a guest bedroom are upholstered in colorful, striped carpet from Aleppo
"In an ever-expanding city where clumsy construction continues at a relentless pace, the Frisoni and Van der Straeten house seems untouched by the frenzied activity outside the medina’s walls." - Vogue
Images: François Halard, Vogue