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What do ultra-luxury hotels Chedi Andermatt in the Swiss Alps, Aman Canal Grande in Venice, St. Regis Lhasa in Tibet, and MBS’s world largest rooftop inifity pool have in common? One name: architect Jean-Michel Gathy. Lynn Tan finds out what his secret to successful hospitality design is, and how he manages to stay ahead of the ever-changing game.

Jean-Michel Gathy has been referred to as the “living legend” of hotel design and he is highly-sought after by luxury hoteliers the world over. Just five years after graduating from Belgium, he founded luxury architectural firm Denniston in Hong Kong. “It was difficult in the beginning, especially

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