The post office of Agadir was designed in 1966 by Jean-Francois Zevaco, a French-Moroccan architect.
The post office is part of the architectural ensemble adjacent to the Agadir town square. The three-storey structure accommodates storage rooms, sanitary facilities and a garage on the basement level. On the ground floor, a concrete canopy shields the entrance leading into the public service area. This room is the focus for the surrounding office, telecommunications rooms, mail-handling area and customs control. Two staff apartments sit on the terrace formed by the roof.