You probably noticed already that, in Dar Kawa, we love food. This also means that we love to change the dress code of our table and that we permanently look for new linens and accessories that will match our menus and decor.
Beldi glass. A tradition. A classic. A must . Since 1973, over 10,000 glasses were leaving a Casablanca factory every day. But he Beldi glass almost disappeared when the workshop closed down.
Kitchen, THE kitchen, OUR kitchen. Scents. Flavors. Boiling noises, crisp vegetables. The heat from the kettle. The freshness of a fruit…
A white and green dress code for a lunch in Dar Kawa. Simplicity, sobriety, fresh vegetables and natural elements as decoration for the table. Less is more.
Michi bags are sold in the medina, haberdashery area, in the tiny store +Michi. The baskets, half leather,half straw are designed by Masami, Hisham’s wife.
Farid Belkahia was born in 1934, a iconic moroccan artist who passed away a few months back. His painting on ram skin are the most representative artworks.
In the medina, while wandering or hunting for treasures, you always find something unexpected. Here the zebra sandals that we called “medical zebra sandals”…
Located on the first floor of the house, Baboune has a lovely view on the patio, above the orange trees. From this room the terrace is only a few steps away.
A short story on Faissal , son of a weaver artisan in Marrakech who took over the business of his father making scarves with traditional weaving technics
Majorelle garden was built by Jacques Majorelle, who settled in Marrakech, bought the land and started the creation of his garden. 40 years of passion…