New Marmo and Concrete colours enrich the HI-MACS® colour collections    

Four new Marmo and two new Concrete colours have been added to the HI-MACS® colour collections addressing today’s top trend to emphasize nature and a reconnection to the natural world where texture and comfort are essential.

The new Marmo and Concrete colours are an evolution of the Marble and Concrete-like-look. They combine these aesthetics with all the benefits of the latest generation solid surface materials: The completely non-porous material can be thermoformed allowing for curved shaping, allows for seamless surfaces and is easy to repair and clean. Some colours exhibit a degree of translucency allowing designers to play with light effects with dramatic results.

New sublime colours for the Marmo Collection

Marble has been popular for many years: giving a traditional and timeless look, where the casual nature of the material is teamed with a soft, sensual finish. The brand new colours, which shimmer between black, anthracite and white, will appeal to every strata of the design world.

The new colours Aurora Bianco and Aurora Grey reflect the soft and mysterious beauty of natural marble pattern but also add some inspiration from the aurora seen in the Polar Regions.

The new Pavia, a pristine and soft-white Marble tone, has translucent properties. Whether effectively backlit or simply illuminated, Pavia will always add an elegant touch with spectacular designs. Sanremo brings some contrast with its dramatic black veined pattern.

Two new colours to complete the Concrete Collection

Concrete tones are very fashionable at present. However, the naturally porous material has lots of constraints, and is therefore not ideal in many situations. The HI-MACS® Concrete Collection captures this fascinating look and yet offers all of the advantages of the smooth, easy-to-clean solid surface. The new shades reflect the current trends of European interior design perfectly.

Available now in a total of seven shades of concrete, inspired from modern industrial architecture, they can be used in many applications such as wall coverings, kitchens and bathrooms, adding a special ambience to the space.

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