Designer    Exhibition 12 Apr 2018

Your online guide to all of HI-MACS’s appearances throughout Milan Design Week 2018

HI-MACS is a solid surface hailed throughout the world of interior design and architecture for its limitless flexibility in design projects. This will be apparent through the brand’s presence at key events and exhibitions throughout Milan Design Week…


Fuorisalone – Spazio MDS, via Cavallotti 15, corner via Durini

Elmar will be presenting their new Skin kitchen design, which includes a spectacular worktop in HI-MACS. Fashioned by Dform srl, the worktop has a decorative surface and contains a backlighting system.


Eurocucina – Hall 13 Stand A07 B10

At Eurocucina, Rastelli will be exhibiting one of its latest products, the Karan kitchen design by Karim Rashid, in Alpine White HI-MACS. This solution stands resolutely at the meeting point between the designer’s creative flair and the formal pure lines of architecture, yielding a magnificent result with a futuristic feel.


Fuorisalone – Ventura Centrale, via Ferrante Aporti 9

Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am to 8 pm. Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm

This year, once again, young Dutch designers will amaze Design Week visitors with their innovative projects. From simulated marble textures, which are the fruit of satellite images of our planet, to lamp stands created in HI-MACS using for the first time a handcrafted ‘detachment’ technique, lending a completely new appearance to the material that is both warm and artistic. The Transitions III exhibition, organised by Baars & Bloemhoff, is undoubtedly an unmissable event at Fuorisalone 2018.


Eurocucina – Hall 11 Stand C21 D20

Sanwa Company, a Japanese international company, introduces the new kitchens ‘AM 01’ and ‘EO 01’, two monoblocks that fit perfectly even in the smallest places. AM 01, designed by Atelier Mendini, and EO 01, designed by Elisa Ossino, both respect the Japanese way of living, that enables one to conceal objects within the space. Hence, these two kitchens were designed to be able to be hidden behind doors and panels, when not in use. Balance, modernism, and creativity, along with HI-MACS, created two units that are a clear example of a study on the relation between shape and work.