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Born in Burgundy, France in 1971, Nelly Gay studied architecture in Paris. After ten years spent in the french’s capital, she arrived in 1999, with her partner Eric Raffis, also architect, in Tahiti, which became their adopted home. Together, they created their architecture studio a maramarama in 2002, and used their leisure time to explore other art forms: for him, it is photography, for her, visual arts such as drawing or digital collage. Her graphic explorations allowed her to create some wallpapers for exclusive luxury bedrooms or to participate in local collective exhibitions. Her taste for arts, where poetry, imagination and culture mingle, translates into waking dreams, where everyone can reflect its own visions.
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