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! EN_01124253_0002 COT
In the last thirty years, the urbanised surface area of China has quadrupled in size. Is the country really an El Dorado for developers? Why do people go there? And do they come back? We talked to architects, designers and professionals in the tourism sector.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124253_0003 COT
In the last thirty years, the urbanised surface area of China has quadrupled in size. Is the country really an El Dorado for developers? Why do people go there? And do they come back? We talked to architects, designers and professionals in the tourism sector.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124253_0004 COT
In the last thirty years, the urbanised surface area of China has quadrupled in size. Is the country really an El Dorado for developers? Why do people go there? And do they come back? We talked to architects, designers and professionals in the tourism sector.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124253_0005 COT
In the last thirty years, the urbanised surface area of China has quadrupled in size. Is the country really an El Dorado for developers? Why do people go there? And do they come back? We talked to architects, designers and professionals in the tourism sector.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124253_0006 COT
In the last thirty years, the urbanised surface area of China has quadrupled in size. Is the country really an El Dorado for developers? Why do people go there? And do they come back? We talked to architects, designers and professionals in the tourism sector.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124253_0007 COT
In the last thirty years, the urbanised surface area of China has quadrupled in size. Is the country really an El Dorado for developers? Why do people go there? And do they come back? We talked to architects, designers and professionals in the tourism sector.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0019 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0020 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0015 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0016 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0017 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0018 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0010 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0011 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0012 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0013 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0014 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0001 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0002 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE
! EN_01124252_0003 COT
This summer, the Compagnie du Ponant, the last French builder of private cruise ships, launched its fourth yacht, a project informed by the firm's eternal ambition to incarnate the very essence of the cruising yacht. After the "Austral" and the "Boreal", the company once again called upon the services of Jean-Philippe Nuel to design an interior that is at once refined and contemporary. As well as the subtle references to the world of sailing and marine life, including sculptures of fish, photos by Philip Plisson, pieces of furniture reminiscent of the hulls of boats, and furnishing coverings evoking travel trunks, the interior designer wanted, above all, to guarantee a maximum level of comfort and natural light in order to soften the ambiance and provide generous views of the sea.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST PLACEMENT APPROVAL NEEDED DUZA ROZDZIELCZOSC DOSTEPNA NA ZAMOWIENIE WYMAGANA ZGODA NA PUBLIKACJE

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