Agencement Paul Champs
Its business areas are: town houses, headquarters, life areas on ships ( cruise vessels and military ships ), shops… with more and more export activities( United Kingdom, Switzerland, Greece, United States, Middle East, Brazil, Africa… ), in the footstep of the most representative architects of the French know-how in interior design.
Among the most significant works realized, there are the general renovation of ‘The Pagoda House’, a historic villa in Tel Aviv, the Presidential palace in Libreville, Gabon, a palace hotel in progress in London … In Paris, where the Company has an agency since 1990, the Louvre and Petit Palais museums, the Meurice, Plaza Athenée, Peninsula luxury hotels, the headquaters of Areva, LVMH, and DCNS Companies, and the Guerlain and Lancel’ shops on the Champs Elysées avenue…
In the naval field, where the company is particularly present since 1981, main projects were the life areas of the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier in 1996, public spaces on near of 60 cruise vessels, including 20 % of the whole public spaces of emblematical cruise vessel Queen Mary 2 in 2003…
It is advisable to note that the top level arrangement of cruise vessels is rare both for economic reasons, the sector is bringing together less and less operators, and by the great level of works realized by the Company; which takes in charge the most complex parts of outfitting, is highly regarded as n° 1 by the specialists of the sector in terms of quality of works and finishings.
Thus, the PAUL CHAMPS Company benefits from a confirmed reputation and international prestigious customers.