Kumu Art Museum

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Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia

Finnish architect Pekka Vapaavuori’s winning design was selected from 233 projects submitted by architects in 10 different countries. His winning design relied heavily on locally sourced natural materials.

Our Gotland Grey-Beige Limestone and Åland Grey-Beige Limestone were used as exterior and interior façade tiles with sawn and honed finishes and Baltic Grey Limestone with honed finish was used for the internal flooring.

Products: Gotland Grey-Beige Limestone, Åland Grey-Beige Limestone

Architect: Pekka Vapaavuori

Photography: KUMU, Sander Tõniste

Case studies

Link to: Lund District CourtLink to: Arctic Bath HotelLink to: Nacka StrandLink to: Kullabergs Vingård
Link to: Private residence, TuusulaLink to: Espoo Library and Music HallLink to: River Street MewsLink to: Noblessner, Tallinn
Link to: Porto FrancoLink to: Art Priori RestaurantLink to: Kumu Art MuseumLink to: Marly-le-Roi Palace
Link to: Private HouseLink to: Swedish EmbassyFollow a manual added linkFollow a manual added link
Link to: EQT OfficeLink to: Bathroom project