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HI-MACS at Maison & Objet and 100% Design with 'Leaf' and 'The Sky is the Limit'

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In September Maison & Objet and 100% Design open the doors to the design, ideas and creativity.

On these occasions, LG Hausys, now a fundamental reference in the world of architecture and design, will present its two latest creations in the kitchen sector, 'Leaf' and 'The Sky is the Limit', Entirely made in HI-MACSThe New Generation of acrylic stone.

Be amazed by their sleek design, simple and organic!

the kitchen 'Leaf' LG Hausys an island made entirely HI-MACS

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The kitchen LEAF catching the eyes of those who love clean lines and design organicor. For the realization of this last creation in HI-MACS, The source of inspiration of a Dutch company CulimaatAs called by the name ('Leaf') was nature.
This very contemporary kitchen design does not follow geometric lines but features an organic form exquisitely rounded.
Unlike traditional kitchens, LEAF is designed as an open, airy and ergonomic. Since the hydraulic lines, cables and other technical components are vital aspects for the design of any kitchen, Culimaat has focused on reorganizing the space with an out-of-the-box approach. This led to the integration of continuous doors made of HI-MACS, with unique features, such as i drawers with opening and closing electronic device.

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The integrated hob is totally flat and has a special surface with touch technology. The round base of the stainless steel sink creates an effect of perfect continuity with the work plan. Handouts were obtained in furniture wall, where they are installed also other appliances: oven, steam oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and wine cooler fridge for wine.
“Leaf” is produced by Culimaat High End Kitchens

Culimaat is a company based in Berlicum (near 's-Hertogenbosch) in the Netherlands, which has been designing and manufacturing high-quality kitchens and interior furnishings since 1985. Each Culimaat creation is unique, designed and manufactured specifically to meet the needs and personality of users. Each creation integrates perfectly with the character of the house, in the space available, adapting to the methods of use requested by the customer.

Culimaat bv, De Enst 7, Berlicum, Netherlands,

Photography: © René van Dongen

MAISON & OBJET PROJECT Sector - Hall 7 - B2-C1

'The Sky is the Limit', when the only limit is the sky!

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The kitchen island 'The Sky is the Limit' is a true work of art of Belgian designer Xavier Bonte, Whose inspiration was given by the dream of a great cloud in the sky. When all the kitchen doors are closed, in fact, the 'technicality' of the island disappears to make room for the blue lines, which create a strong contrast with the white and evoke the reverse effect of the trails of the planes on the turquoise sky.

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Thanks to flexibility of acrylic stone New Generation HI-MACS, The curved structure was possible to incorporate a induction cooker, four drawers, a double sink and a faucet that appears automatically with the opening of the plan. The top of the island is equipped with an electronic opening and closing device with remote control. When open, it shows a technological filter hood in its structure.

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The belief in HI-MACS shiny Lucent Opal further emphasizes the innovative aspect and style of this kitchen. Finally, 'The Sky is the Limit' is equipped with an opposite recessed table for quick meals and snacks.

The wave-shaped wall cupboard consists of 4 accordion doors that reveal the tall units built into the wall and in which the refrigerator, dishwasher, steam oven, coffee machine, combi oven are integrated , the warming drawers, the medicine drawer and the pantries.

Realization of TMA-Production

Photographs: Jean-Pol Hottard and Fanny Grandclaudon

HI-MACS Fair 100% Design
Stand K212 - "Kitchens & Bathroom" Sector
17-20 September 2014 Earls Court London

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