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Gineico (Collection)

Gineico is the exclusive Australian agent for a range of highend Italian lighting and upholstery brands, importing quality products that feature in many award-winning projects.

Gineico (Collection)


November 21st, 2008

The companyís lighting collections represent designs from some of the biggest names in the international design scene, including Norman Foster, Gae Aulenti, Gio Ponti and Achille Castiglioni. Gineico specialises in lighting consulting for interiors (residential and commercial), exterior (landscape and streetscape), retail, specialist hospitality fit-outs, as well as Marine lighting. With distributors nationally, Gineicoís Sydney head office houses a newly refurbished showroom, offering an in-house lighting design service to all customers.

Product Range
Decorative, technical, and outdoor lighting, and commercial grade upholstery finishes.

Major Brands
FontanaArte (fontanaarte.com), Viabizzuno (viabizzuno.com), CaBelli, Antonangeli, Disano, Europa, Ceramiche Carlesso and David Knott.

Commercial, hospitality and residential.

Major Projects
Intercontinental Hotel, NSW; 360 Restaurant Centrepoint Tower Sydney, NSW; Bavarian Bier Cafes, Manly
and Sydney CBD, NSW; Equilibrium Bar, World Square, NSW; Whitewater Restaurant, Manly, NSW; Longrain restaurant, Vic; Westfield Chirmside, Qld; and St Kilda Pier, Vic.

Specialised Services
Gineico Sydney offers a specialist lighting consulting service, offering interior designers, architects and retail customers a lighting design plan at no extra charge to the client.

Lead time
Ex stock or 2-3 weeks.


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