It's difficult to try to explain the house to anyone not familiar to Morocco. Unlike most houses in Europe and the US, there are few, if any, exterior windows --everything opens on to a courtyard.
This is Mimi on the landing outside our bedroom by the fragrant jasmine bush.
This is outside Robert's studio looking down into the courtyard.
Pomegranates on the roof. The colors of the fruits are lovely against the traditional tiles.
This is the little 'salon,' or sitting room, downstairs. The chair was made by a man on Derb Dabachi, the cushion covers up by the Mellah market. The rug is very old and from the Middle Atlas. It is hard to find black and white rugs --most often the rugs are much more brightly colored.
The tiles are new since the old ones were quite worn out.
The room is looking pretty neat, so Ghizlain must have tidied it up. There are no windows at all.