Casablanca, Morocco | 2015 | Territories study
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A landscaping for the Bouskoura Forest
  • Client: Haut-Commissariat aux Eaux et Forêts et à la Lutte Contre la Désertification  and Casablanca Aménagement SA
  • Project management: AREP jointly with Carey Duncan Design and Fadel Guerraoui (architect)
  • Superficie : 3000 m²
The Bouskoura forest is a 2,992 ha green lung located 14 km from the centre of Casablanca
Its green scenery offsets the urban congestion of “the city of white houses”. Our goal is to provide visitors with a safe and healthy landscape and meet their increasing needs for recreation and leisure spaces while preserving sites and species.

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Development of the Bouskoura forest in Morocco
The development of the Bouskoura forest by the AREP teams in Morocco, with avec Carey Duncan Désign et fadel Guerraoui
(architect) is nearing completion. Located to the south of Casablanca, the 3,000-ha forest will provide recreation infrastructure and services, including educational walks, playgrounds, sports areas, picnic spots, as well as public furniture, signposting and waymarkers.

The residents of Casablanca only have to wait a few months to rediscover the Bouskoura forest, the city's green lung.

Watch the short video to get a glimpse of AREP's work, aiming both to enhance the forest's attractiveness and to preserve the site's ecosystem