top of page
Pure l Stone Grey & Arabesque Update 3PV.png

Stone Grey & Arabesque

scroll down

The Objective

A full house renovation that has been done in a time-frame like no other. As for the kitchen, it was clear from the start that it had to be a SieMatic, with worktops that came on special request. 


Just outside the centre of Tannay in a 1930´s villa this design combines style and functionality. The island overlooks the dining as well as part of the living room and creates a strong connection due to the arrangement of the sink- and cooking- zone.

This is one of Switzerlands 1st SieMatic SLC styled kitchen since its introduction.
Handle free kitchen design re-invented.


The special imported Arabesque worktop together with a customised bar finishes this contemporary styled kitchen real nice.


Tannay, i6.jpg


at the bar

A wide variety of materials can be chosen to sit at when it comes to a bar section. In the end an Oak bartop not only feels natural but is also warm to the touch and is therefore really nice place to be at.


look at that ceiling

A custom designed false ceiling that houses the ultra flat build-in ceiling extractor from ABK Innovent. The integrated SLV dimmable spot rails and spot ensure great work light and lovely ambiance lighting during the evenings. 

Tannay, i5.jpg
Tannay, i1.jpg


Arabesque Quartz all the way down

The special imported Arabesque quartz worktops, backsplash and island side slabes create a solid and at the same time contemporary look and stands proud on the white washed oak floor. 


Stone Grey, just a lovely colour

Next to the fact that this SieMatic SLC styled kitchen is one of Switzerlands` first to be installed it is also one of the first to be in Stone Grey. 

Tannay, i2.jpg
bottom of page