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Biodiversity protection

    Discover the Shamengo pioneers who protect the planet!

    François Maurisse

    Bordeaux / France
    I rediscover the beauty of small meadow flowers through my camera lens
    For this explorer of the floral world, who has named himself the first “exflorateur” on the planet, it is essential that city-dwellers who are more and more distanced from the natural world understand the need to protect biodiversity. His striking haute-couture plant creations certainly cause us to stop and reflect.

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    No need to wait—join our team for your first challenge: the construction of the Shamengo Villa in le Bourget!

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