Our first collaboration with Nirvan was in the nineties when he helped us design a mountain farmhouse from floor to ceiling. Since then, we’ve kept in touch, including through our café and bakery projects in Edinburgh. At Örum 119, he has created a place for creative conversation, aptly named Norrgavelhuset.
Although he trained as an architect, Nirvan is probably better known for his passion project Norrgavel where he developed an entire approach to interior design (and life in general), which has found its way into Nordic homes over the years. Nirvan’s style is timeless and functional, emphasising natural materials and quality craftsmanship.
Nirvan designed Norrgavelhuset with interaction in mind, a place to meet with friends and colleagues, a place where good conversation flows. A comfortable and secluded hideaway Norrgavelhuset has a double bedroom, bath and shower, kitchen, living room, dining area, and a private patio. The generous living room has cosy sofas and armchairs with a fireplace. All of the furniture reflects Nirvan’s signature style and perfectly enhances the atmosphere at Örum 119.
Complementing the decor in the Norrgavelhuset, the farm hotel is also beautifully decorated with Norrgavel furniture.