Published on : Friday, March 31, 2017
HI-MACS acrylic stone will be on show at the Milan Design Week 2017 in a variety of locations, covering all the city’s districts.
The complete flexibility of working with HI-MACS, coupled with its potentially infinite possibilities for customisation, whether in terms of shape or of finish, make it an essential tool for all those seriously seeking quality. At both the Salone and the Fuorisalone, HI-MACS will be present in various forms: table tops, as an experimental material used in lighting fixtures, and as kitchen work surfaces.
Salone del Mobile, Stand Karl Andersson & Soner, Pad. 16 Stand E40
Buff pays modern homage to the tables of the 1950s, bringing together in a single elegant structure HI-MACS acrylic stone, used for the top in various colours, and wood in the form of solid ash, birch, oak or walnut for the four legs, which manage to be at the same time slender and robust.
SANTINI – Quiet Point, designed by Vladimir Ambroz for A.M.O.S. Design
Salone del Mobile, Stand Czech Selection, Pad. 10 Stand B08
Santini is a modern ‘confessional’ for use in commercial areas and offices, its form inspired by church bell towers. The insulating material on the inner surface creates a silent zone where callers can communicate without disturbing or being disturbed by events around them. Santini boasts a solid base in HI-MACS, making it extremely robust and easy to maintain and clean.
TULIP LAMP, designed by Pierre Cabrera
Euroluce, Stand Beneito Faure, Pad. 15 Stand F35 F45
Beneito Faure is delighted to present at Euroluce its Tulip, a lamp designed by Pierre Cabrera and inspired by the flower of the same name. A helicoid band of HI-MACS breathes life into a harmonious and balanced shape, available in different models and sizes.
WineOLED, designed by Deslabs
Euroluce, Stand LG Display, Pad. 15 Stand E23 E27
On display at the LG Display stand is the WineOLED, a revolutionary lamp that provides uniform lighting to illuminate the contents of wine glasses, enabling the properties of the wine in question to be examined clearly. The robust thermoformed support is also made of HI-MACS, allowing a work instrument for winegrowers to be transformed into a precious object suffused with minimalist contemporary design.
Tags: A.M.O.S. Design, BUFF TABLE, DesLABs, Euroluce, Fuorisalone, HI-MACS, Joel Karlsson, Karl Andersson & Söner, Milan design Week, Pierre Cabrera, Salone del Mobile, SANTINI - Quiet Point, tulip lamp, Vladimir Ambroz, WineOLED