DP2015137 Art. The experience of a french architect in the building of a palace in China

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Although French and Chinese have different standards regarding palaces, the Chinese government has requested the French expertise in terms of preservation of heritage and hospitality to build hotels. Tourism in China has flourished and accommodation must develop to meet this demand, palaces standards have to follow this trend. Palaces are synonymous of social success for customers, but also a place where modernity, haute cuisine and culture are accessible.


Keywords: Heritage restoration, high-end Asian hospitality, preservation of identity, the exchange program, new experience, social success, historical and architectural heritage, quality research, new research, cultural research, French standards and Chinese staff, surface, rule of Feng Shui.

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