Arctic Bath Hotel
The Arctic Bath hotel was the brainchild of Kent Linvall, creator or the world renowned Treehotel, who commissioned architect Bertil Hagström and interior designer Johan Kauppi to develop his vision of a floating hotel on the Luleå river.
Baltic Grey Limestone tiles were used in the Spa and Wellness area as well as the restaurant and many of the bedrooms. On the photographs the tiles appear darker due to the limited natural light in this building.
Art Priori Restaurant
This award winning interior in Tallinn’s medieval old town was created by Kristel Jakobson of Haka Design. Baltic Grey limestone was used to create the bar, stairs, flooring, bathroom entrance arches, sinks and even the large table in the banqueting room.
Located on the beautiful Kullaberg peninsula in southwest Sweden, the vineyard owners commissioned Berglund Arkitekter to create a restaurant and wine tasting area incorporating interior materials sourced from the region.
Baltic Grey Limestone was used to make all the window sills.
Kumu Art Museum
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 natural materials with local traditions.
Our Gotland Grey and Åland Grey-Beige were used as exterior and interior façade stone with both sawn and honed finishes and Baltic Grey Limestone was used for the internal flooring with honed surface finish.
Lund District Court
FOJAB Arkitekter commissioned over 5000 m2 of Baltic Grey Limestone tiles with honed finish for internal areas with a smaller amount used externally. Baltic Grey was also used for the impressive spiral staircase.
Oscar Properties’ waterfront project comprised 210 apartments created from the conversion of a former office building.
Ekland Stone supplied over 6000 m2 Baltic Grey Limestone tiles for the bathrooms and 210 kitchen worktops also using Baltic Grey Limestone.
Once a large submarine factory and seaplane harbour, Port Noblessner has been turned into a bustling residential seafront quarter with many restaurants and businesses.
Baltic Grey limestone with sawn surface finish was used as façade tiles on several apartment buildings and for the entrance areas of many commercial business premises.
Åland Grey-Beige was used as façade stone on this residential and commercial building which forms part of the Porto Franco waterfront mixed residential and commercial project in Tallinn’s main harbour.
River Street Mews
This gated mews development is comprised of six contemporary townhouses created by Tasou Architects in the New River Conservation Area in the City of London.
Baltic Grey Limestone tiles with brushed finish with dimensions of 900 x 600 x 15 mm were used for both internal kitchen and dining areas as well as for some of the external terraces.
Renowned Finnish interior designer Kirsi Luttinen of NBI Design commissioned Baltic Grey Limestone for all living areas, bathrooms and kitchen countertops in this new build project with the emphasis on Nordic minimalism and energy efficiency.
Espoo Library and Music Hall
The Sello District centre in Espoo combines cultural services including a public library and music hall together with shopping , dwelling and workplaces.
Helsinki architectural firm Pekka Helin & Co. specified over 7000 m2 of Baltic Grey Limestone for the all the public areas due to its strength, durability and ease of maintenance in areas of high foot traffic. 15 years later it is still as good as new.
St Petersburgh, Russia
The Golden Hill Cascade lies within the gardens of the French royal residence Marly-le-Roi. During the Soviet years the palace and gardens were neglected but 2010 the Russian state undertook the task of restoring the cascade in accordance with the original design.
Gotland Grey Limestone was chosen for the new balustrade due to its frost resistance and similar colour tone of the limestone that was used in the original design.
Gotland Grey was chosen by architect Vladimir Brin for his client’s project in an exclusive residential suburb of Moscow. The detailed stone cutting and sculpture work allowed us to demonstrate the ability and skills of our in-house architectural services team as well as the capability of our CNC water cutting system.
All the stone in the photographs was produced in our factory.