Imagine what you could build with Morocco’s top artisans at your service for 14 years, and here you have it: La Bahia (the Beautiful)...
Travel to Timbuktu and back again via Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint’s art collection, displayed at Maison Tiskiwin. Each room...
As 16th-century Sultan Ahmed el-Mansour was paving the Badi Palace with gold, turquoise and crystal, his court jester wisecracked,...
The Marrakesh-meets-Kyoto interiors are full of plush, private nooks, but keep heading upstairs to low-slung canvas sofas and Dh40 to...
For the south side of the city, this is a major source of food, flowers and other household goods. Fair warning to vegetarians: the door...
110 Rue Riad Zitoun el-Kedim · interesting places nearby
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To buy crafts directly from Marrakesh’s recycling artisans, head over to Riad Zitoun el-Kedim and check out lanterns, bowls and belts cleverly fashioned from tin cans and tyres. There are several to choose from, but this place has a good selection of Michelin mirrors, inner-tube jewellery boxes, and man-bags with street cred (look for the framed Bob Marley poster).