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With a passion for design and innovation, Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik AS has specialized in textile production for over one hundred years.
For over four generations Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik AS has developed good, Norwegian values. What was first a simple wool spinning mill in 1887 is currently the only vertically integrated manufacturer of design fabrics in Scandinavia. Which means that all processes, from fiber to finished treated fabric, is done in the Lillehammer factory.

As one of the world's leading manufacturers of design, we keep ourselves constantly innovative through the most modern equipment available, and by working with a wide range of international designers.

About production and design

Cases

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    Kilden Kristiansand

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    Louis Vuitton
    Tapis-Siege

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    Universitetet
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    NSB

Affiliates

We keep ourselves constantly innovative by working with a wide range of global designers in areas such as architecture, graphic design, art, interior and clothing. 

Awards and honors

Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik AS has received The Norwegian Design Council's Award for Design Excellence 18 times, as well as the Honours Award for Design Excellence. In 2015 we were awarded Manufacturer of the Year at the Bo Bedre Design Award.
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    2015 Ã…rets Produsent
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    2015 Prinsdal
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    2007 Scalo
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    2003 Odal
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    2002 Edel
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    2000 Mundal
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    1999 Gardermobanen
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    1998 Rena Leir
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    1998 Mandal
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    1996 Dypdal
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    1996 Rypdal
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    1996 Fiksdal
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    1991 Eidsdal
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    1991 Toppdal
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    1971 Holmedal, Heggedal og Hunndal
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    1971 Eikesdal
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    1967 Rosendal
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    1965 5530 Stordal
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