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Gaia & Gino

An Esensual Living Exclusive

The luxury Turkish design brand was founded in 2004 and has made waves in the global design world for a roster of top international designers. Its roll call includes Andrée Putman, Jaime Hayon, Nendo, Arik Levy, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance and Karim Rashid and the firm counts MoMA and the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris among its clients. In addition GAIA&GINO has been awarded numerous prestigious design prizes, ranging from global influential titles such as The Times and Wallpaper.

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