I'm a huge fan of the mosaic African patterns on this doorway detail shot. The bold colors are characteristic of Africa, and the geometric style implies that it is heavily influenced by Islamic architectural requirements.
Porta do Palácio do Rei, do século XIV, na medina de Fez, Marrocos.
On the roof terrace of Stephen di Renza’s vacation house in Fez, Morocco, mattresses are placed on tiled platforms and covered with weavings traditionally worn by shepherds. The tables are made of lacquered iron, and vintage handthrown jars, which originally stored food, now hold cacti and other indigenous plants.