Specialising in the design and creation of designs in real fur and skin, Norki Decoration anticipates styles and trends, experimenting with and reinventing the material.
Norki creates pieces with renowned interior designers and decorators such as Jacques Garcia, Humbert & Poyet, Alberto Pinto and Nathalie Ryan, to name but a few. A passion for beauty pushes Norki to work on exclusive projects: at the 2018 edition of AD Interiors, the brand presented 6 limited carpets in wool and astrakhan fur made for Bismut & Bismut. Additionally, they also develop bespoke furniture and accessories for prestigious residential and hotel projects, such as the Cheval Blanc hotel in Courchevel with Sybille de Margerie and Le Dali restaurant with Philippe Starck.
Continuously striving for excellence, Norki selects only the best furs and skins, including sable, fox and mink, in a multitude of colours and finishes. Each piece is unique: between strong colours and warm shades, the carpets, cushions and throws are designed with the greatest attention to detail.
For Sonia Linard, Norki is above all a family story, united by ancestral savoir-faire, the work of skin and real fur. Born in Poland, Sonia grew up in the midst of these exceptional materials, developing her taste for luxury and beauty. For many years, Sonia travelled the world on behalf of large companies, discovering and enjoying new, diverse cultures. Sonia finally settled in Alsace, in the small village of Rosheim, where she breathed new life into the family fur business by creating the Norki brand in 2010. Fascinated by interior design and architecture, and convinced that they could work on the material differently, Sonia has transferred this unique savoir-faire into the world of decoration. Norki now dresses the most sophisticated interiors for an international and discerning clientele.
Norki’s belief is focused towards designing beautiful products, highlighting and respecting the material, and exploring the various possibilities it can offer. Sonia has passed on her passion to her family: her husband Thierry joined the adventure in 2012, and her son Louis in 2019. As such, from generation to generation, this priceless family patrimony continues to thrive.