Pronunciation: (hī'tek'), [key]
1. See high technology.
2. a style of interior design using industrial, commercial, and institutional fixtures, equipment, and materials, as metal warehouse shelving, factory lamps, and exposed pipes, or incorporating other elements having the stark, utilitarian appearance characteristic of industrial design.
of, pertaining to, or suggesting high-tech or high technology.
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