The circular main building literally floats on the Lule River and houses a restaurant, bar, lounge and various sauna and treatment rooms. In the centre of the building, there is a hole in the wooden deck where guests can swim in the cold water bath, which is open all year round.
The facade is surrounded by timber and is meant to symbolize timber quarry, i.e. a collection of timber logs - because it was at this exact place that timber was transported in the past.
In all hotel rooms, a hardened wood floor with dark hard wax oil from Bjelin has been installed - even the floor is a floating installation!
At the center of Halmstad in Sweden, the seamless integration of nature and modern architecture has turned the City Library into an oasis of literary inspiration.
On the island of Marstrand outside Gothenburg, we find Ernst Rosén’s renaissance project, Kvarter Oscars, which features 16,000 sqft of herringbone flooring from Bjelin.
In the heart of Viken in Sweden, the stylish hair salon Vår Vråå underwent a powerful makeover and chose Bjelin's dark herringbone parquet as a foundation.