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Ment Lillehammer

About Ment 2012, the sisters Sidsel and Ingvild Hemma have designed and developed products in what once was Norway’s oldest ski factory at Fåberg, a small village close to the olympic city Since Lillehammer. From their design workshop they have a beautiful view of the river Lågen, and with the wild nature so close at hand, much of the inspiration for shapes and colors is sourced from the surrounding area.

About Ment 2012, the sisters Sidsel and Ingvild Hemma have designed and developed products in what once was Norway’s oldest ski factory at Fåberg, a small village close to the olympic city Since Lillehammer. From their design workshop they have a beautiful view of the river Lågen, and with the wild nature so close at hand, much of the inspiration for shapes and colors is sourced from the surrounding area.

All products are developed in their design workshop at Fåberg, or “Born in Faberg” as they call it. Parts of the production takes place in south of Europe, but all color tinted porcelain is produced at Fåberg, and their unique quality has gained a huge fan base both in Norway and around the world. In May 2014 they participated with curated products at New York Design Week, and in autumn same year they were one of five nominees for that year’s “Entrepreneurial Woman” prize in Norway.

Welcome to Fåberg!
The factory is located in what was once the worlds oldest ski factory, and every Friday* at 10 am to 5 pm and Saturdays at 10 am to 3 pm you are invited inside to see the full collection, the production and purchase products «Born in Fåberg».

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