From making a rug to fitting out a mountain chalet, NORKI not only has the experience but also the requirement for tailor-made work.
By drawing inspiration from a motif or a theme, by following very precise specifications, the daily life of the teams in the workshop is lived in the search for perfection, thus satisfying all desires and the love of beauty.
Making a Norki decorative item means producing a piece rooted in quality. Each element is exceptionally chosen and each seam is carefully inspected.
It is within its workshop in France, with a desire to create beauty and a desire to innovate, that since 2010, the small hands of the company have sewn more than 100 m² of fabric, of skins and furs intended for carpets, furniture, plaids and cushions that the brand declines.
Between sea and mountains, on the island of Zante, Belgian architect Olivier Dwek has reinterpreted vernacular Greek architecture in a contemporary way for the Australian House, an extraordinary project entirely framed in an idyllic landscape. Leather rugs and renovated vintage furniture in lambskin fit perfectly into this spectacular universe.
Visuals ©: Jarmo Pohjaniem, NORKI
To learn more, visit Norki's website.