Neolith all-natural sintered stone is made by applying pressure and heat to raw materials to produce highly durable slabs and tiles. Neolith Mirage captures the understated grandeur of Europe’s medieval churches and public buildings, constructed from richly textured sandstone. This new stone turns up the contrast on Neolith’s similarly sand-inspired Arena, to offer a richer and more pronounced texture.
Hyper-realism is a feature that more and more designers are looking for, especially with its ability to capture the authenticity of natural stone. Answering this demand, Neolith recreated the complex spontaneity of the graining within natural sandstone, to develop Mirage, which as the name suggests, is so realistic, it quite literally tricks the eye.
A recognized weakness of natural sandstone in many applications is its lack of water resistance which makes it, unless treated, unsuitable for bathroom and kitchen surfacing and modern cladding applications. However, the development of Mirage means that designers can now capture the organic beauty of the natural stone without the porosity.
Part of the Neolith Fusion collection, Mirage is offered in a Silk finish. It is ideal for worktop (12mm), flooring and wall cladding applications (6mm).
To avoid the repetition of design in some models of 6 mm thickness, variants have been created which are sent in a random manner once these colors are ordered, without the possibility of choosing the specific design.
Neolith products are available in the U.S. and worldwide through a large network of distributors.