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SieMatic opens display store on Eilandje in Antwerp

SieMatic opens display store on Eilandje in Antwerp

German kitchen specialist SieMatic has opened a display store on Eilandje, a district in Antwerp, the fourth worldwide.

Look and buy


The luxurious store is not only supposed to attract SieMatic dealers, but also interior designers, architects and project developers. SieMatic will be displaying "the newest trends in kitchen interior design".


The location on the Eilandje has been chosen deliberately. "Look around, this district is the place to be in Antwerp. Something is moving and we want to be part of that", SieMatic said.

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