Fashion, Interiors, Art & Travel

Ultima Thule Gallery unites brands and creators who stand out for original approach and commitment to perfection, who value Northern heritage and have global aspirations. They respect people inside their own and far away communities, value authenticity and environmental sustainability. They are Northern Luxuries. The aesthetics of Northern Luxuries rely on individuality. Ultima Thule Gallery partners create timeless high quality design, interiors, art and  lifestyle. They create Northern Luxury.


Ultima Thule Gallery partners - The Northern Luxuries - share the philosophy of Slow Movement. “Slow” was initiated by Carlo Petrini, he is the founder of the International Slow Food Movement. The movement was created after a campaign against a fast food chain opening near the Spanish Steps in Rome, in 1986. Slow Movement values environmentally friendly and clean raw materials, spirited small-scale production, handicrafts and dedication, a harmonious combination of heritage and traditions with innovative and modern. The “Slow” philosophy is about doing everything as well as possible, instead of as fast as possible, it’s about quality over quantity.


The partners of Ultima Thule Gallery celebrated their united journey by supporting the Christmas Concert of Tallinn Boys’ Choir & mezzo-soprano of Vienna Volksoper Annely Peebo in December 2019. This unique concert took place in one of the most magnificent and beautiful shrines of Tallinn during the Medieval age - in St. Nicholas Church. Today the cathedral is a branch of Estonian Art Museum.On the winter solstice in 2019 Agent B, Alpaka, AMANJEDA by Katrin Kuldma, AMANJEDA Home, Archipolaris, Arro Porcelain, Karin Kersa Jewellery and WOOM opened the doors of Ultima Thule Gallery in the heart of Tallinn. Since 2020 Tõnis Vellama / SEOS Lighting and Baltic Luxury have joined the path of Northern Luxuries.