Marc-Michaels Interior Design begins developing exotic resort
on Wednesday,February 09,2011 19:02
When an architecture firm demonstrates the ability to successfully complete designs, clients may seek its expertise for a large, significant project.
In November 2010, Marc-Michaels Interior Design was consulted by the Swiss Development Group to design its latest travel destination. Now, plans are moving forward to develop a resort, titled 51 degrees. The project will include residential areas, condominium real estate and a five-star hotel.
"Creating this world-class environment is a great opportunity for our firm," said Mark Tremblay, Marc-Michaels Interior Design chief operating officer. "Our experience in designing private residences for discerning clients along with our commercial expertise makes us a perfect fit for this project."
The resort will also include recreational facilities, including a spa, wine bar, owners club and retail locations. The concept behind the plan is water. Marc-Michaels Interior Design plans to incorporate flowing water throughout the layout to enhance its beauty.
Projects, such as 51 degrees may inspire others to enter the architecture industry. Approximately 141,200 people held jobs as architects in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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