Neolith all-natural sintered stone is made by applying pressure and heat to raw materials to produce highly durable slabs and tiles. For 2019, Neolith has revealed new hyper-realistic surface designs.
Representing the evolution of Neolith’s Steel Collection comes Sofia Cuprum, a dark and sober surface inspired by the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid by French architect, Jean Nouvel. The metallic slabs use a wide variety of diverse colors, patterns, and textures, and have been manipulated to create surface effects through contrasting hues, mottling and varying degrees of patination:
The semi-polished finish creates an irregular and burnished impression that gives the surface a worn-in, yet striking, touch and feel.
|Use ||Thickness |
|Countertop ||12mm & 20mm |
The slabs have been created utilizing a new eco-friendly production process called HYDRO Neolith Digital Design 2.0 (HYDRO-NDD 2.0), a water-based decoration technique that helps reduce contaminating emissions. The new process achieves exactly the same, high-quality patterns, but with a far lower carbon footprint.