Basin collection created with non-porous surface material

  • 17 Aug 2015

NotOnlyWhite aims to provide simplistic and striking bathroom solutions. Its latest collection, Scape 2015, has been created by Joost van der Vecht, an external designer.

Scape Monolith has been created using HI-MACS Black

HI-MACS acrylic stone was chosen to bring the new basin collection to life.

With its non-porous surface, the material incorporates hygienic properties – it does not absorb moisture, and it is capable of repelling stains.

Offering resistance to scratches and wear, the material has been designed specifically for use in bathroom environments.

Scape Monolith

Scape Monolith is the first series in the new Scape basin collection: it comprises three free-standing basins, formed by singular rectangular blocks.

With a 12mm outer edge, the model has been created with HI-MACS Black.

There are three different inlay options for the basins: a grid, a series of blocks in HI-MACS Alpine White and a single piece of Bianco Carrara marble.

HI-MACS Alpine White has been used to create Scape Wall-Hang

Scape Wall-Hung

Executed in HI-MACS Alpine White, the Scape Wall-Hung series is available in two different forms.

The model offers the option of a block inlay, which allows the basin to be separated into two sections. Alternatively, a grid inlay can be fitted in a different colour of HI-MACS.

Two wall-mounted faucets can also be used to complete the basins.

Find out more about HI-MACS

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

Phone: 01892 704074

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