Architectural Digest India


Change—however inevitable and unavoidable—is a difficult thing to accept. That posed no difficulty for Turri, however; at the ripe old age of 94, the Italian brand, known for its classic and opulent offerings, parachuted into modern minimalism in dramatic fashion.

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