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คำที่เกี่ยวข้อง INTERIOR DESIGN

Synopsis: WELLNESS AT HOME

Explores new trends in wellness at home by famous interior designers. Includes beautifully illustrated spas, hammams and private swimming pools.

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ISBN 9789089440938
Weight 1.37
Publisher PAGE ONE PUBLISHING PTE LTD
Book Size (cm.) 230x300x21
Dimension Width(กว้าง)(CM) 9.5669
Dimension Length(ยาว)(CM) 0.9449
Dimension High(สูง/หนา)(CM) 12.2047
Language English
Number of Pages 200

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Explores new trends in wellness at home by famous interior designers. Includes beautifully illustrated spas, hammams and private swimming pools.

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PAUWELS, WIM

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"Pauwels wrote numerous articles for Le Journal du Dimanche (The Sunday Newspaper) from 1975 to 1976. In 1977, he directed the cultural services of Le Figaro, where he established the bases of the Le Figaro Magazine, which was launched in October 1978 as a weekly supplement to the newspaper Le Figaro.[1] The intention of Robert Hersant was to create a counterweight to the influential Le Nouvel Observateur that he considered too left-wing. Louis Pauwels was in charge of the new magazine. Louis Pauwels offered initially the position of chief editor to Alain de Benoist who declined it due to his editorial duties at Éléments and at the Éditions Copernic. Jean-Claude Valla (politics and society) and Patrice de Plunkett (culture) thus became the first chief editors. Members of the GRECE including Alain de Benoist, Michel Marmin and Yves Chisten contributed to Le Figaro Magazine until the summer of 1979. After their departure, the tone of the magazine became more libertarian (on economics) while remaining socially conservative. Louis Pauwels remained at the head of the weekly until 1993. When students demonstrated against the Devaquet law on universities in 1986, Louis Pauwels penned his most famous editorial on the Mental AIDS that had hit French youth. He founded, with Gabriel Véraldi and Rémy Chauvin, la Fondation Marcel et Monique Odier de Psycho-Physique in Geneva in 1992.

Returning to his Catholic faith, he spoke against his past associated with Planète (Alain de Benoist thus dedicated his book Comment peut-on être païen? (How Can One Be a Pagan?) to Pauwels in 1981 (ed. Albin Michel), a short while before his conversion in 1982 in Acapul...

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