Unique Marble for Unique Projects
Take a look at some of the stunning projects where different shades of marble from Fauske plays an important role.
Ureddsplassen, near Bodø. Probably the most beautiful rest area in the world, located in the Northern Norway. Photo: Lars Grimsby
Designmuseum Danmark during the renovation in 2020-22. Photo: Designmuseum Danmark
in Copenhagen went through a big renovation in 2020-2022.
Hermelin marble from Fauske was chosen for a large part of the flooring.
The marble floors and the historic building is a perfect match.
Interior of Sorgenfri. Photo: Sorgenfri Cafe
is a cafe, gallery, and design studio, located in Oslo.
The designers have a strong focus on using local materials of high quality.
Norwegian rose marble from Fauske is one of their favorites and can be seen in the interior of the cafe.
Table designed by Poul Kjærholm. Photo: Fritz Hansen
Fritz Hansen Furniture
is an international design house, well known for their timeless design brands.
One of their famous brands is the furniture of Poul Kjærholm.
Hermelin marble from Fauske
is used for Kjærholm’s prestigious tables.