Bruno Frisoni’s Moroccan Home

Vogue got an inside look at the marvelous Tangier home of Bruno Frisoni, the man who designs Roger Vivier. Moroccan motifs abounding, the eclectic splashes of color and attention to detailing – with the obvious Arabic infusion – in the residence are to die for, not to mention the gorgeous views of the seaside port City. The designer completed the project, intended as a home away from home, with his partner, furniture designer Hervé Van der Straeten, visiting when they are not in their Paris loft or renovated 18th-century Burgundy home. Read more about it on Vogue.

Photography: François Halard

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Amanda Jakubik

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