By Martin M Pegler
Cafes & espresso outlets 2 ДИЗАЙН,АРХИТЕКТУРА И СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВО, ДИЗАЙН ИНТЕРЬЕРОВ Автор: Martin M Pegler Название: Cafes & espresso retailers 2Издательство: Martin M Pegler Год: 2001 Формат: PDF Размер: 117 МБ Количество страниц: 162 стр. Качество: ХорошееБолее чем sixty five проектов со всего света собрано в этой книге. Сегодня мы видим кафе и магазины кофе всюду, и некоторые настолько уникальны и творчески спроектированы, что они заслуживают отдельного внимания. Некоторые проекты были разработаны ведущими агентствами, в то время как другие спроектированы талантливыми дизайнерами из малоизвестных фирм. .com eighty five
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62 This contract alone fi lled one out of every seven beds in the country. ” The commission’s report, released in May 1972, described the consequences of state policies for the local sector and its future. 64 In 1973 some tourism officials worried about the downward pressure on prices and the strain it put on the profitability of hotels.
Tourism development would remain focused nearly exclusively on these zones until the 1990s. These were Nabeul-Hammamet, Sousse-Monastir, and Jerba. 31 Private-sector investments quickly outpaced SHTT spending. 32 Members of these families, who often got their start by working in the stateowned hotels, 33 set out to develop the fi rst privately owned hotel chains in Tunisia. They were assisted by the state- owned bank, the Société Tunisienne de Banque (STB), which was directing 62 percent of its medium-term loans toward tourism.
The economy suffered massive capital flight and the departure of its French bourgeoisie. 10 These policies began the process through which the state established control over transnational flows and sought to develop the national economy through state-led import-substitution industrialization (ISI). For most Third World nationalists concerned with decolonization and industrialization, the international tourism economy of- Fordism on the Beach 5 fered little of what they desired. ”11 Tourism in Tunisia had long catered to a European elite and from the nineteenth century to the early twentieth served as a hunting playground, winter retreat, and peripheral stop on the Grand Tour.