An old farmhouse in France is transformed into a light-filled, Hispanic-Moroccan-inspired house

Down a narrow lane from the old fishing village of Cassis, alongside vineyards with high stone walls and wooded slopes, is a farmhouse that dates back 200 years. Its location high up in the hills overlooking the coastal village and all the way out to sea makes it the perfect holiday home for a French-Moroccan couple, finance professionals who live and work in Paris during the week, as well as their two sons.

The former farmhouse had been converted into a holiday home during the tourist boom in the 1960s, but fell into disrepair.

Designed by David Price, founder of David Price Design, jewel-box colours and subtle patterns inspired by Hispanic-Moroccan influences breathe new life into this old farmhouse in the south of France.