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HI-MACS solid surface by LG Hausys

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HI-MACS solid surface material in terrazzo classico colour

Dezeen Showroom: Korean company LG Hausys has created new recycled and terrazzo versions of its surfacing product HI-MACS, providing sustainable options with a contemporary look.

HI-MACS is a solid surface material suitable for commercial and residential projects, including high-traffic areas such as hotels and airports, as well as kitchen and bathroom surfaces, walls and sculpted features.

The new HI-MACS colours include Santa Ana from the recycled Volcanics range
The new HI-MACS colours include Santa Ana from the recycled Volcanics range

Made of minerals and pigments mixed with acrylic, the material is hard-wearing, hygienic, stain-resistant and can be moulded into any shape to give a visually seamless finish.

The new HI-MACS options expand on an already well-established offering that has been used in projects by Zaha Hadid, Marcel Wanders and David Chipperfield.

HI-MACS solid surface material in a kitchen
The HI-MACS material is suited to kitchen and bathroom surfaces

There are two new terrazzo colours: the neutral, multicoloured Terrazzo Classico and more industrial grey Terrazzo Grigio.

The six new recycled finishes contain up to 16 per cent recycled content and have the Greenguard Gold Indoor Air Quality Certificate.

Three of the new recycled colours are in the Granite stone-effect range while the other three are in the Volcanics selection, which is more luxurious and mimics precious natural stones.

Product: HI-MACS
Brand: LG Hausys
Contact: info@himacs.eu

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