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New Space

LG Hausys, Successful Showcase in 2016 Yapi Fuari

DATE : 26/05/2016

 

 

LG Hausys participated in the Yapi Fuari 2016 held in last May, the biggest Exhibition for construction materials in Turkey,

for five consecutive years. The Yapi Fuari show 2016 is participated in by more than 1,100 companies and visited by

 over 110,000 people in the construction and materials industry.  

 

 


 

 

LG Hausys set up a pavilion with acrylic solid surface HI-MACS under the theme of “Shaping the Light.”

HI-MACS showed its dramatic translucency by specially designed kitchen top. Depending on the light source, pattern and design, 

spectacular cut-out effects can add visual interest and create a completely new sense of space.

Korean traditional patterns had met Hi-MACS, the modernistic material, to create the future design.

 

HI-MACS provide limitless possibilities for surfacing solutions.

Whether architects, designers or private individuals, our range of HI-MACS products appeal to everyone wishing to work with

a high-capacity material as aesthetically pleasing as it is resistant.

 

 

 

 

 

About HI-MACS by LG Hausys

 

HI-MACS is a solid surface material that can be moulded into any shape. It is widely used for architectural

and interior applications, such as sculptural and high performance wall-cladding or kitchen, bathroom and furniture surfaces,

in commercial, residential and public space projects. It is composed of acrylic, natural minerals and pigments that come together

to provide a smooth, non-porous and visually seamless surface which meets the highest standards for aesthetics, fabrication,

functionality and hygiene – offering manifold advantages over conventional materials.

 

HI-MACS provides limitless possibilities for surfacing solutions and inspires creative minds from all over the world.

Zaha Hadid, Jean Nouvel, Rafael Moneo, Karim Rashid and David Chipperfield, among others, have completed fabulous projects

using HI-MACS, from kitchens to bathrooms, including decorative items, in hotels as well as in museums,

shopping centers and on external façades.