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Grand Residence 21, Helsinki

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21. November 2020

Grand Residence 21, Helsinki

The building

Grand Residence 21 comprises more than 5,000 m² of luxury accommodation and is perceived as one of the most prestigious projects in Finland in recent times. The historic building dates from 1888 and is located in the heart of the most attractive residential district in Helsinki. Concerning the property’s unique history, the building offers uncompromising craftsmanship with a focus on quality and design. In addition, we supplied 3 different product categories of HØRNING’s unique solid wood floors, including whalebone, chevron and parquet block.

Choice of floor solution

The floor should match the rest of the exclusive look of the property, which exudes quality and good craftsmanship. Besides, the durability of the floor was a natural desire, which is why HØRNING, which is known for “Floors For Generations”, was an obvious choice. Here, the property’s current and future occupants are assured of a solid and beautiful floor that will last for several generations.

 Photo: Jani Prunnila

Name of Project
Grand Residence 21, Helsinki
Year of construction
Joarc Architects
Classic Herringbone, Whalebone, Chevron
Wood species
Total m2 delivered

NB:The images of wood types are not grading images


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