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Villa Cheminee de Tatzu Nishi Nantes 2009 C5
France

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“Venez passer une ou plusieurs nuits dans un petit pavillon déposé au sommet d'une cheminée rouge et blanche de 16 mètres de haut... avec une vue imprenable sur l'estuaire de la Loire et le Sillon de Bretagne. Située sur la pointe de l'île de la Nation (accès par Cordemais), cet hébergement est une oeuvre d'art pérenne créée par l'artiste japonnais Tatzu Nishi à l'occasion de la biennale "Estuaire" organisée par Jean Blaise du "Lieu Unique".
La villa cheminée est louée à la nuit, au week-end ou à la semaine.
Le pavillon dispose d'une kitchenette avec frigo, plaques chauffantes, vaisselles... et cheminée, d'une salle de bain avec douche et wc, d'une chambre à l'étage avec un lit 2 personnes et d'un espace autour de la maison avec salon de jardin. Toutes les pièces ont une vue exceptionnelle sur le paysage.”

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Tags: france; bretagne; loire-atlantique; pays de la loire; pays nantais; cordemais; festival de l'estuaire 2009; art contemporaire; tatzu nishi
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