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Residence utilises Nordic White surface for discreet design

  • 13 Jul 2015

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Architect, Egli & Partner, designed the west-facing residential construction, which discreetly blends into the surrounding properties, whilst standing out due to its wide recessed window façade.

The two-story residence features bright open rooms and a minimalist design, defined by straight lines and a concrete-element staircase located in the centre.

HI-MACS Nordic White

The kitchen utilises a simplistic design, which is only recognisable by the appliances.

The oven and microwave are integrated into a white, seemingly closed wall, and a simple white block houses the sink and the ceramic hob, dividing the large room.

HI-MACS was chosen for its worktop and panels, as well as the handle profile around the appliances.

HI-MACS is a versatile solid surface material, widely used for architectural and interior applications.

Its Nordic White colour shade was chosen at the start of the project, and determined the entire colour scheme of the interior.

The non-porous acrylic stone requires limited maintenance, as it does not absorb humidity and is highly resistant to stains.

HI-MACS was also implemented in the bathroom – featuring in the modern washstand that is integrated into the shelf space, which stretches from wall to wall.

LG Hausys Europe,
HI-MACS® by LG Hausys,12 Avenue des Morgines,
1213 Petit-Lancy,
Geneveve,
Switzerland

Phone: 01892 704074

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