This humble building opens into a lovely re-purposed courtyard. In my experience the natural light provided a lovely way to view the exhibit. In this case, the photographs by Lewis Muller, mostly sepia toned, are artful and historical and unposed. All these aspects made these photographs important. He captured the true appearance of the people in their time. The pained or joyful eyes, the somber landscapes, the urgency and drama of the cloud filled skies. These are indescribable in truth. Upstairs is a small film showing which is excellent and on the top floor is a sweet spot to see Marrakech and to take a break with food and beverage.