Hello, my name is Anna.

After many years at the service of luxury professions, I have transformed my passion for beautiful objects and decoration into my current profession.


I discovered Tangier more than ten years ago, when the mythical city was just waking up. I was immediately struck by this magical and fascinating city full of incredible stories, and I quickly decided on a house project. During my encounters and walks, I came across this fisherman’s house planted on a rock facing the sea, which was just waiting to be reborn. I called it Dar Saada, the house of happiness! That’s how I immediately felt. I completely rethought and transformed it as a family home facing both seas.

The house

Located in a quiet, protected and typical family district, a stone’s throw from the kasbah gate, Dar Saada is located in a small pedestrian and flowered alleyway.

Its four levels, connected by a spiral staircase, allow great freedom and independence for everyone while enjoying an incredible view from all floors. The materials and colours are inspired by Moroccan know-how and the furniture, objects and textiles have been carefully sourced in Europe, a mixture of styles on a background of white lime and natural cement.

On its flat roof, Dar Saada opens onto the sky in harmonies of blues and greens, and grows in idleness while following the comings and goings of small fishing boats and guessing the nearby coasts of Spain.

This house brings us a lot of joy and happiness and I am happy to be able to share them.