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Latest update : 2010-03-01

My home is a garden

Good bye traditional green house plants to decorate your home.Nowadays, plantlife can be 'designer', like eco-sculpture where fish and plant life living in harmony. This innovation recreates a veritable biotope.

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Atelier Paul-Louis Duranton
11, rue de Villeneuve
77320 Meilleray
Tel : 01 64 65 14 30
http://www.ecosculpture.com

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Tel : 0 826 620 553
http://www.eco-sphere.fr

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