Lime marmorino in Hans Hubert Villa

Hans Hubert Villa is located in the heart of Haapsalu's old town - a beautiful and elegant wooden villa.
The interior finish follows a smooth and elegant line.
The material used is UKU lime marmorino.
Find out more – https://www.facebook.com/hanshubertvilla/

Finishing – Krohwin
Photos – Hoije Nuuter

UKU plasters and paints in Karlova

A cozy home finished with natural materials on the banks of the beautiful Emajõgi river in Karlova.
The materials used in the interior finish are UKU marble lime plaster, which is painted with UKU lime paint.
The modern oven is finished with UKU lime stucco putty.
In the children's and bedroom, the walls are decorated with UKU clay decorative plaster.

Finishing and photos – Krohwin

Clay plaster and MHM panels in Tallinn

The modern concept based on natural materials has been created by architects Peeter Loo and Jaanus Saarepera (KAMP Architects), who know natural building materials well. The architects vision was realized by EstHus.

The natural aspect of the interior, which emphasizes natural light, can be felt everywhere you look.
The wooden panels running along the walls and ceilings alternate with surfaces covered with UKU clay plaster, creating a playful atmosphere.
Humid rooms are made special by UKU lime stucco putty.

Architects – KAMP Arhitektid
Builder - EstHus
Finishing – Krohwin
Photos – Tõnu Tunnel

Lime paint and Holdre castle

The attention to fine details and the extensive experience of the contractor have drastically changed the appearance of this manor house.
UKU lime paints and UKU lime stucco were used to finish Holdre Castle in Valga county.
Holdre Castle Visitor Center Estonian National Piano Museum is open and waiting for guests.

More info – Holdre Castle
Finishing and photos – Krohwin

Clay plastered modern private house in Tallinn

A complete solution with clay plasters and lime plasters, which balances with the interior design of the room and creates a pleasant atmosphere.
UKU light gray clay decorative plaster was used for finishing the interior and UKU marble lime plaster in the bathroom.

Interior design – Anne Määrmann
Finishing – Krohwin
Photos – Märt Lillesiim

Charmingly finished private house in Elva

Clever interior design and natural material selection make this a dream home.
For finishing, UKU lime paint is used in the interior and UKU lime stucco putty in the bathroom.

Interior design – Milli Maier Veske
Finishing – Krohwin
Photos – Krohwin ja Kahmapohla

Lime-plastered home in Tartu

The airiness and white tone of the lime plaster create an extremely clean and beautiful interior. The lime stucco of a grayish hue adds to its uniqueness.
For finishing, UKU marble lime plaster is used in the interior and UKU lime stucco in the bathroom.

Finishing – Krohwin
Photos – Tiina Tuul

A combination of lime plaster and Tadelakt

Marble lime plaster creates spaciousness and brings lightness to every room. The washrooms are finished with Tadelakt, which is given a light gray neutral tone. For finishing, UKU marble lime plaster is used in the interior and UKU Tadelakt in the bathroom.

Finishing – Krohwin
Photos – Fotokaader

Round finished surfaces with Tadelakt

UKU Tadelakt mixture that is used in this creatively designed laundry room adds a lot to the interior where the white fine-grained UKU marble lime plaster is used for finishing.

Finishing – A-Viimistluse

Natural lime plaster in the interior

The interior is decorated with natural UKU marble lime plaster, which creates a clean and aesthetic impression.

The architect of the house built in the center of Tallinn in 1936 is Aleksander Vladovski. The desire of the apartment owners was to approach the interior as true to the era as possible, which is why other types of plaster were excluded.
The walls are covered with UKU marble lime plaster, which is partially covered with UKU lime paint.

Read the story with the family here - https://wanawiisi.ee/blog/kolmekumnendatel-ehitatud-korterist-sai-odus-ja-ajastutruu

Finishing – Wanawiisi
Photos – Sergei Zjuganov

Marble lime plaster and bricks in a natural combination

The combination of old red brick, concrete ceiling and lime plaster combine surprisingly beautifully to decorate this home in Viljandimaa.
A cozy home has been created in the old dog house of the hunting estate. 
UKU clay plaster and UKU marble lime plaster have been used for finishing.

Finishing – Wanawiisi
Photos – Sergei Zjuganov

Natural white clay decorative plaster in the interior

The interior with a modern design is perfectly matched with natural white clay plaster.
In the house made of CLT panels, clay decorative fine-finishing plaster has been used to obtain a result that feels close to nature.
UKU white clay decorative plaster is used in the finish.

Finishing – Wanawiisi
Builder - Timbeco
Photos – Sergei Zjuganov

Clay decorative plaster in a stone building

A home has been created in a modern stone building, where natural materials are also valued. UKU clay decorative plaster is finished smooth and painted with UKU clay paints which results in a smooth surface, where you can also find the master's mark, which gives the walls character and creates a unique result.

Finishing – Wanawiisi
Photos – Sergei Zjuganov

A warm home created from a stone barn

This is the home created in the ruins of an old stone barn, where only ecological solutions are used.
Clay floor, heating elements made with compressed earth bricks, light clay partition walls, clay plaster, lime plaster, stucco and tadelakt are just general keywords that show the family's attitude to life.
UKU mixes have been used.

Read the story with the family here - https://wanawiisi.ee/blog/kolme-seinaga-maakivist-laudast-sai-adamsite-pere-pelgupaik

Finishing – Wanawiisi
Heating elements – Tuli ja Suits
Photos – Sergei Zjuganov

Natural white clay decorative plaster in the interior

The house built in the 1930s was reconstructed in 2020, and a true-to-the-era home has been created in this soulful house.
The apartment is finished with UKU marble lime plasters, and smooth surfaces finished with lime stucco in more accessible areas.

Read the story with the family here - https://wanawiisi.ee/blog/perekond-ruubel-elab-vaarikas-1939-aastal-ehitatud-puitmajas

Interior architect – Mari Mets
Finishing – Wanawiisi
Photos – Sergei Zjuganov