Eastern culture and traditional Muslim architecture remain popular in Morocco. A variety of arches — round or with sharp tops, twisting floral and complex geometric ornaments, unusually bright tiles —decorate modern residential buildings and business centers. Dozens of modern skyscrapers adorn Rabat, but they all have a distinctly Eastern style.
Access to new building materials free architects to review even previously unshakable principles. Facades have been replaced by panoramic windows because smart glass can now regulate the temperature inside, eliminating greenhouse effects. Moroccans still love their small interior gardens with traditionally ornamented fountains.