Chalet Tabuc

Interior Architecture / Interior Design / Furniture

This majestic chalet was conceived in collaboration with Boulot for the timber framing. Atelier Monts & Merveilles was in charge of all the interior design and furniture.
PLACE: Serre chevalier
YEAR: 2019
SURFACE: 400m²
ARCHITECT(S): P. Gauthier
PHOTOGRAPHER(S): B. Bodin


Old wood was used for cladding and furniture.

The flooring is natural oak with a natural oiled finish.

The staircase and its larchwood openwork panels match the two front doors that were made-to-measure to create a contemporary atmosphere upon entering the chalet. The same old wood was used for the inside doors as well as wall cladding.

Most of the furniture was veneered with a brushed black wood finish, that perfectly matches natural wood colours.

A built-in shelving unit marks out the kitchen space.

The seven suites each have a walk-in wardrobe designed according to the dimensions of the room, with hanging rails, drawers as well as a desk.

All the minimalist bathroom fixtures have a black lacquered steel framework and stone counters.

The kitchen was made-to-measure mixing old wood and lacquered facades, with a solid black granite counter and adjoining wine cellar. Touches of old wood are found in the handleless grooves, skirting boards and frames. With its two dish-washers and numerous fixtures, it accomodates up to twenty people comfortably.

A built-in shelving unit marks out the kitchen space.

The ski-room is located inside the second front door with ski racks, cupboards, benches and electric boot-dryers, for optimum après-ski comfort.

In the living room, the chimney breast was covered with patinated raw steel sheeting. The granite base matches the kitchen counter.