Leading interior designer Meryanne Loum-Martin, and proprietor of the award-winning Jnane Tamsna boutique inn on the outskirts of Marrakesh in the Palmeraie district, is a celebrated international tastemaker. She is noted for her timeless elegance, mixing a Moroccan exoticism with a European sensibility. Loum-Martin has been lauded by such publications as New York Times, Town & Country, Vogue, and Architectural Digest. She has designed porcelain dinnerware (Garden of Marrakesh) for Meissen, as well as an outdoor furniture collection that was published in Vogue. Raised in Paris, Loum-Martin has been a prominent resident of Marrakesh for over thirty years where she has designed private residences for The Four Seasons, among others.