On my last morning in Casablanca I had the good luck, and lots of local recommendations, to swing past Chez Paul for breakfast. Considering the strong influence of French cuisine on Morocco's pastry life, it should come as no surprise that the croissants were extra flaky and the butter rich as can be. But Chez Paul also has the good fortune of residing in the splendid modern villa that Jean-Francois Zevaco and Paolo Messina designed in 1949 as Villa Sami Suissa.
Stylish Villa Zevaco Restaurant in Casablanca - Adelto
London-based architectural practice, Andy Martin Architects, have designed the Villa Zevaco Restaurant project. Completed in 2013, the project consisted in the restoration of a classic 50s villa, situated in the fancy heart of Casablanca, Morrocco. The london-based architects were selected from a shortlist of acclaimed British restaurant designers to restore and convert a classic 50s villa, […]
Jean-Francois Zevaco in Tit Mellil (Casablanca)
Pysical therapy center, 1953-60. Rear and view of the staircases. Period pictures.
Architecture moderne marocaine - Jean Francois Zevaco - Art+Tech Magazine
Jean Francois Zevaco est un architecte français né au Maroc en 1916. Après des études à l'Ecole des beaux arts de Paris, il revient s'installer au Maroc et propose une architecture hybride, se référant aux principes modernistes de Frank Lloyd Wright...