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2018-08-04   居住空间


Christopher Elliott以灵感和永恒的室内设计而闻名。这个位于墨尔本的设计工作室具有无与伦比的材料和协调能力以及对细节的精确关注,专注提供从室内到照明设计的各种设计服务。

Christopher Elliott受过美术训练,对设计有细致的眼力和丰富的经验,并为每个项目带来丰富的知识。此外,Christopher具有令人耳目一新的前瞻性,经常挑战一个客户的先入为主的理念,以保持对伟大设计的忠诚。

作为一个真正热衷于良好设计和改善生活能力的人,Christopher Elliott 从时尚,回顾设计,自然景观,到现代建筑的干净,大胆的线条等多种来源中汲取灵感。以乐观和干净的方式对待他们的室内建筑项目。

Christopher Elliott把每个项目都看作一个打破常规,做一些独特事情的机会。旨在营造出美妙的空间感,为设计带来生活和质感,保证项目执行到最高标准,以确保设计在功能和美学上都能呈现最好的效果。

Transportation Department surprised the travel world last month by suspending the creation of an important new consumer-protection regulation.

At issue was a Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking—a precursor to creating a federal regulation—ordered in the waning days of the Obama administration. Basically, it’s a request for comment published in the Federal Register when the government has made a change to a regulation that’s under consideration.

These notices are usually only of interest to consumer advocates, policymakers and special interest groups, but this one was a little different. The proposed rule would require airlines and ticket agents to clearly disclose to consumers all customer-specific fee information, including charges for a first and second checked bag and a carry-on bag, wherever fare and schedule information is provided to consumers. It also would mandate that the baggage fee information be disclosed, adjacent to the fare, at the first point in a search process where a fare is listed in connection with a specific flight itinerary.

These extra fees, sometimes revealed only at the last minute, are an enduring cause of aggravation for air travelers—and an abundant source of revenue for the airline industry. So, when the business-friendly Trump administration came to power, the airline industry lobbied hard to kill the supplemental rulemaking.



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