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Address book: Hyen Design

Hyen Design is a young, energetic team that specialises in interior and architectural design. Here, they reveal some of their key contacts…

Handrails and balustrade
Reader enquiry: 1500
Fluorescent Acrylite was used to define the edges of the glass balustrade in an atrium. It accentuated the clean, modern,streamline design of the space

Cascade Coil
Coil drapery
Reader enquiry: 1501
Aluminium galvanised in antique bronze finish was specified for coil drapery in the restaurant and bar area. This helped to create unique shadows, silhouetted forms and a sense of privacy

Reader enquiry: 1502
Dalsouple flooring was specified for the film viewing space. The slip-resistant rubber flooring absorbs noise and reduces the sound of foot traffic. It is durable and resistant to water and burns

Reader enquiry: 1503
The balustrade was constructed from Doluflex Iron X Technology. The material can be transformed from flat and formed into any three dimensional shape. It is reflective and easy to clean

Kitchen work surface
Reader enquiry: 1504
GLASSeco is made from 95 per cent recycled glass bottles and plastics, which would otherwise have gone to landfill. This polished material was an ideal choice for the work surfaces of a kitchen

Merlot Statice poured resin
Reader enquiry: 1505
The embedded resin technology enables flowers to be suspended within a panel for a 3D effect. It appears virtually frozen in time for a stunning and unique look in this bathroom design

Low-emissivity glass
Reader enquiry: 1506
Pilkington low-emissivity, argon filled, Optitherm glazing was used to achieve a low U-value of 1.6. This contributes to energy conservation, reducing heat loss during colder months

Pyrostop glass
Reader enquiry: 1507
Pilkington Pyrostop glazing provides transparency and visibility to escapes. It isolates fire and allows time for a safe escape, creating a barrier against heat and smoke

PV system
Reader enquiry: 1508
PV panels were used to reduce the demand for electricity from the national grid and substantially lowered the annual electricity bill. Unused energy is stored and can be sold back to the national grid

Simpson Steel
Atrium roof
Reader enquiry: 1509
The roof of the atrium was constructed from steel and glass to allow natural daylight to penetrate the circulation area below

Sydenhams Hardwoods
European larch cladding
Reader enquiry: 1510
European larch cladding was specified for the exterior walls of a Victorian house, which provide insulation without reducing the interior space. It was also chosen for its minimal environmental impact

Dichroic glazing
Reader enquiry: 1511
Variotrans’ dichroic glazing was used for the internal partitions of an art gallery. It provides transparency and colour variables from different angles. It also offers UV protection to prevent damage to displays





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