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Although these French architects’ large-scale projects have taken them across multiple continents, they still maintain their studio’s esprit de corps.

With offices split across Paris, London and Marrakech, Studio KO’s architectural style encompasses stark simplicity and quirky opulence. By fusing their traditional design backgrounds with Moroccan influences, Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty create vibrant interior and exterior experiences with an abundance of warmth and a dash of eccentricity. They work across everything from “abstraction to architecture” and devise both private and public spaces for clients throughout Europe, Northern Africa and the Americas. They speak to us about how everything

  • Words:
    Georgia Frances King
  • Photography:
    Noel Manalili

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  • Words:
    Georgia Frances King
  • Photography:
    Noel Manalili
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