Futuristic lines, functional spaces, extreme brightness, simply put cutting-edge interior design.
The library of a small family-run London School, the Thomas’s London Day School, was recently the subject of a renovation that had as its protagonist HI-MACS natural acrylic stone, revolutionary, able to assume any shape and used by architects and interior design such as Karim Rashid, Zaha Hadid, Rafael Moneo, David Chipperfield and Jean Nouvel to complete home furnishings , bathrooms, kitchens, museums, facades of buildings, and more.
Hugh Broughton Architects studio interior designers have created a bright room with white walls, vaulted ceilings, Recessed spotlights, modern bespoke furniture and different areas of reading. The library, which contains 875 books is entirely in HI-MACS, a smooth material, designed and manufactured by LG HAUSYS, world leader in the technology sector.
Another interesting detail of the project is the white resin flooring, enhanced by illustrations: are a tribute to the map of Narnia, the fictional country of CS Lewis’s the Chronicles of Narnia: the lion, the Witch and the wardrobe.
Hi-MACS is leading a restructuring of fun and functionality and responds to the desire to design a challenging environment, even for the imagination of the younger.
Increasingly chosen by the designers of public spaces for its ability to absorb moisture and resist stains, HI-MACS is characterized by a simple working for ease of handling and cutting, thermoplastic properties, wide range of colors and no seams even in large areas.
Thermoformability of this stone makes the material very versatile, suitable for designing spaces for children because it allows the creation of curves and avoid angles and protruding.