Friday, April 5, 2013

Villa in Marrakech, architect Jean-Francois onlookers ... At home, Jean-Francois Gawker called "our Niemeyer" - for the ability to combine modernism with local traditions. In France, it had as their architect - Gawker was born forty years before receiving his country's independence, and studied at the Paris School of Fine Arts - and follower of Le Corbusier. In the second half of the twentieth century, Jean-Francois onlookers in Morocco built many residential and public zdaniy.Samym its significant project was the restoration of Agadir earthquake in 1960: construction of new city he received the Aga Khan in the field of architecture. Gawker did not refuse from private bookings. The most important of his clients was the couple Zniber. He built three, Villas in Rabat (1970), Casablanca (1988) and under the Marrakech. Construction began in 1998, the last year and ended shortly before the death of the architect in 2003.