Behind this Moroccan treasure is the story of a man and a love at first sight. For the record, his owner Pascal Petronon literally fell in love with the old Berber village of Asfalou when he had fled his French life to relax. Dazzled by the purity of the features, stunned by the colors, the man will take a while to build his house, redeeming over the months, in the village of Asfalou, ruins in Rough to gradually assemble them in a unique place, which will be born in 2007 and it will turn into a guest house of his dreams Ksar Ighnda was born. An amazing journey, a great-grandfather who marries a French Laotian, a grandfather who falls madly in love with a Syrian, with whom he will have 6 children including the mother of Pascal and a father Italian origin. All giving a man with slightly slanting eyes, Eurasian / Italian charm, with the verb loud and strong and heart of gold , finally accountant and auditor of his state, logical for the creator of Ksar :). It has thus reconstituted in Ksar , a village where some of the inhabitants knew how to convert to work. Dominique, the woman “d’Esbola” (a nickname), always makes bread in a piece of adobe, authentic. The architect Sabine Calstier
has the honor to have achieved the perfect alchemy between Arab-Andalusian architecture and the luxury of contemporary design, in this greatly helped by Pascal Pétrone who drew the places, the garden and brought his vision. The look goes astray from terrace to terrace, to touch the basin enthroned in the middle of the garden, ricochet on an alcove sheltering an amphora, linger on a Berber living room where cluster-shaped Turkish lights are suspended, and discover the maze of nooks, the thousand and one secrets of this Ksar, which displays a mysterious intimacy .