Omar Kobbité Architectes (OKA) was established in 1999 by architect Omar Kobbité 3 years after his graduation from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Toulouse.    It's headquarters are in Casablanca, with another office in Paris. among the projects in which the firm has participated throughout Morocco are the Dakhla Museum in Dakhla, the National Museum of Archeology and Earth Sciences in Rabat, the Grand Stade de Casablanca in Sidi Moumen, the development of the Bab El Bahr sequence of the Bouregreg in Rabat, a Bank Al Magrhib touristic complex in Essaouira, the new headquarters of Maroc Telecom in Rabat (tower and auditorium), the LGV station in Kenitra, the Kaftan Museum in the Oudayas of Rabat, and other important projects.
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