The Moroccan Pavilion is situated in the botanical gardens in Putrajaya. It is designed to showcase the rich tradition of arts and architecture of Morocco, and the Moors. The traditional art and
style of the 4 Imperial cities of Morocco - Fez, Meknes, Rabat and
Marrakech - is housed in a modern tropical building.
The master plan respects the Moroccan tradition of movement from Public - Semi-Public- Private realms. The public enters through the main ‘bab’ (gate) / glass crescent into an intermediate garden; which leads to another ‘bab’ and so on.
The water channel represents the link between Morocco and Malaysia, the host country. The pavilion design comprise of two opposing square, symbolizing ‘yin-yang’ tradition of the East.