It isn’t news that all-white kitchens have been having a moment. When the design is that clean and simple, the details become the most important aspect. To keep the all-white aesthetic without creating a cold, clinical feel becomes a study in texture and subtlety. Recently designers have taken the all-white trend out of the kitchen and carried it throughout the look of the whole building, as exemplified in this house designed by AEV Architects.
Reminiscent of an alpine chalet and the surrounding mountains, the roof's angle was carefully chosen to prevent the material from being distorted by snow, rain or dust. Formed entirely from HI-MACS, the end result is a smooth, non-porous, and seamless structure.
The HI-MACS range of whites is the answer for how to make all-white a full, dimensional, welcoming space. With choices that range from one solid colour straight through to speckles and waves, the 16 colours in the white collection range provide the perfect option for any design.
Alpine White is a colour that answers the stark, blue undertone white that has dominated the high-end design scene. One of the benefits of a solid colour like Alpine, Arctic, Breeze, Satin, and Diamond White is the fluidity and seamless aspect that can only come through a HI-MACS solid; no matter the design, the colour and look is completely consistent.
Andromeda is a newer option that embraces a more natural effect with speckles throughout. Perna White sparkles with a dusting of crystalised white. Arctic Granite has a stronger appearance of speckles and spots while still keeping neutral white at the forefront. And Mist has a wave through it so subtle it takes a keen eye to discern why it is particularly captivating.
These options continue to ensure designers have the perfect white option for any project, with the full thermoformability and durability of HI-MACS. Enjoy all of the benefits of acrylic solid surface in the exact colour desired.