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Inspired by the natural beauty of the Aurora Borealis (or Northern Lights), the Aurora colour palette from the HIMACS Marmo Collection combines marble-like aesthetics in subtle and strong shades with delicate and detailed veining.
The tones of the new colours reference the fluidity of the sky, with semi-translucent effects that allow designers to experiment with a play on light, bringing natural beauty into interiors projects.
Combining practicality and aesthetics with the beauty of nature and the benefits of the latest generation solid surface HIMACS, this non-porous material can be thermoformed to create curvaceous designs and seamless surfaces that are simple to repair and keep clean. The collection is suitable for both residential and commercial projects, including hotels, office spaces, retail environments and more.
Available from the end of June 2022, highlights of the new Aurora Colours include Calacatta Luna with its distinct veining, and Aurora Frost with semi-translucent properties – resulting in an updated collection with something for every scheme and every design aesthetic.
HIMACS is a solid surface material that can be moulded into any shape. It is widely used for architectural and interior applications, such as sculptural and high performance wall-cladding or kitchen, bathroom and furniture surfaces, in commercial, residential and public space projects. It is composed of minerals, acrylic and natural pigments that come together to provide a smooth, non-porous and visually seamless surface which meets the highest standards for quality, aesthetics, fabrication, functionality and hygiene – offering manifold advantages over conventional materials.
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