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Pictures: Hi-Macs used in cultural spaces
Leading architects have picked acrylic stone to design museums, theatres and other places used to showcase all aspects of art and culture. LG Hausys have used latest technology to enable Hi-Macs to have seamless finishes with a wide range of colours.
Hi-Macs is worked like wood and can be thermo-formed, milled and engraved. It is possible to create pieces of all sizes, from counters andshelves to signs and miniature pieces. Its broad colour palette is suited to any decorative style and requirement.
It is a non-porous material, which makes it easy to clean and also provides an anti-graffiti surface. It also has environmental certifications such as Greenguard and NSF.