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  • Right in the heart of the Ambassadors district, Rabat has just welcomed its first boutique hotel of which the interior design and decoration is signed by the Studio Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet. Villa Diyafa is a 5 star hotel imagined as an exceptional private villa. It offers its guests ten luxurious suites, a private […]


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  • In the heart of the Eastern Townships, perched on a mountainside and overlooking a nature reserve of breathtaking beauty lies BALNEA. Health and wellness, gourmet food, yoga, relaxation, sports, massages, rituals baths: BALNEA reinvents the art of living by creating a stunning experience for all the senses. Spa BALNEA’s new reception building, constructed on piles, […]


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In 2008 our team was hired to create the architectural designs for the Bota Bota floating spa, providing a third incarnation for the former ferry. Now moored in Montreal’s Old Port after two years of construction work, the spa immerses visitors in a multisensory world directly inspired by the aquatic environment and the rich history […]


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Anyone who has visited a German city’s peripheral area knows what we mean when we refer to a “typical German home.”  They are clear-colored houses, with pitched roofs and PVC windows, existing in all imaginable sizes and proportions. Together with a church and train station they form the “typical German peripheral village.” It was in […]


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