Studio KO places female chefs “at the epicentre” of Moroccan restaurant Sahbi Sahbi

French architecture practice Studio KO has designed the restaurant interiors of Sahbi Sahbi using textures, tones and materials that celebrate Moroccan cuisine and female culinary practices.

Sahbi Sahbi, which translates to soulmates in Darija – a form of Arabic spoken in Morocco, is located in the Guéliz neighbourhood of Marrakech.

Top: An open kitchen is at the heart of Sahbi Sahbi. Above: the restaurant is in Marrakech

“Sahbi Sahbi is a reinvented tribute to Moroccan craftsmanship,” Studio KO told Dezeen.

“It is a symbiosis of modernity and tradition, of Japan wood tradition and details and Moroccan motifs and materials.”

Studio KO wanted the restaurant to celebrate the female chefs who

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