The Pavilion Arab’s façade hence represents an exemplary model for such hybrid integration of diversified eras, dynasties, historical contexts and architectural influences upon the Moroccan territories. Such integration can be intrinsically interpreted within the façade’s incorporation of diversified features among its structure, elements and composition. The façade encompasses a diverse assortments of openings that differs in shape, size and architectural style. Each assortment is exquisitely aligned amongst its openings within a geometric-based manner. 

The ground floor encompasses three rectangular-shaped openings. The openings are characterized by having wooden frames that incorporates modular glass panels and are all externally overlaid by fur forge.
On one side of the rectangular openings, the façade is distinctly characterized by having a roman semi-circular arch that encloses a wooden-framed door with modular glass panels.  The opening is externally overlaid as well by an arch-shaped fur forge structure.
The aforementioned arch interprets and exemplifies the architectural influence of antecedent roman dynasties upon Tangier and the overarching Moroccan territory.  

The upper floor is noticeably characterized by having three horseshoe arches with two columns in between and overlaying a wooden-star-shaped geometric pattern. The right and left arches are precisely having the same width, while the centered-one is considered to be slightly wider. 

The arches in addition to a further rectangular-shaped opening are all characterized by being covered with carved-wood “mashrabiya” with a precisely distinctive octagonal star-shaped polygonal ornamentation.

The Pavilion Arab’s façade further incorporates three distinctive rectangular projections that vary in length, height and depth. The façade is characterized by having a central long projection above the three horseshoe arch-shaped openings, in addition to two shorter projections above a window and an entrance on both sides of its elevation. The central projection is considered to be the highest amongst all which highlights the central three arch-shaped openings, in addition to highlighting the overarching visual character for the entire façade. Moreover, the three projections are characterized by having a timber cladding underneath while the central one incorporates an additional set of repetitive lumber slates. The projections are all having a pitched-roof structure of refined ceramics that is covered with green vegetation