HIMACS on show in Paris at the Aska Showroom

Architects and designers can now experience HI-MACS® in Paris at a unique site, the Aska Showroom, which invites inspiration to discover the Solid Surface, and offers visitors a personalised welcome and assistance.

Aska, exclusive distributor of HI-MACS®, welcomes everyone to its showroom dedicated to this incredible material, which offers visitors total immersion into the HI-MACS® universe, enabling them to discover all its nuances through exclusive first-hand experience!

A ribbon of curved, iridescent and illuminated material forms the common thread in a journey full of inspiration with occasional pauses for the presentation of items from the panels collection, here in XXL size, with all their nuances of colour, texture and transparency. Of course the latest collections are on display: Aurora, from the Marmo collection, with its marbled waves, and the Terrazzo collection, heralding the great comeback of trendy colourful speckles.

The journey continues with case studies illustrating the wide range of applications of HI-MACS® in different sectors, from façades through to the healthcare sector, and including residential furnishings, hotels, furniture and many others.

A source of infinite inspiration, HI-MACS® is available in all its forms, with the final touch being a hand-crafted backlit green wall designed and created by designer Alexis Tricoire.

There is a dedicated reception area for personalised advice enabling architects and designers to quickly get a hands-on experience of the material and grasp its quintessence, which opens up the way for ever more ambitious projects.

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