Double doors (above) lead to the front courtyard and splash pool. In true Moroccan style, small tables, including a bread table used by bread-sellers in the old city to carry and sell their wares and a pouffe covered in metallic fabric (right), work together to create an interesting and practical centrepiece. The ceilings in the living area (left) are covered in grass mats traditionally used against walls in Moroccan homes to keep the intense summer heat at bay. The large pendant lamp is made of stretched goat's skin. Elaborately engraved plaster of Paris strips – typically used to decorate walls, ceilings, window frames and doorways in Morocco – surround the front door (far right); Kundra applied them using cement and painted them white.