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Sintered Stone - Full Body Veining | Neolith
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Sintered Stone - Full Body Veining | Neolith

  • Use

    Internal and external
  • Applications

    Kitchens, bathrooms, interiors, facades, furniture, accessories
  • Characteristics

    Resistant to scratching, resistant to ice and freezing, resistant to UV rays, resistant to bending, waterproof, resistant to high temperatures, hygienic, light weight, suitable for high traffic, recyclable, easy to clean, 100% natural
  • Format

    Panel, tile
  • Sizes

    3,200 x 1,500 mm, 3,600 x 1,200 mm, 3,200 x 1,600 mm. Available upon request: 2,600 x 1,200 mm and 2,600 x 1,500 mm . Thickness: 12 or 20 mm (1/2" or 3/4”)

More about this product

Founded in 2009, Neolith®, is the market-leading brand of Sintered Stone. This pioneering material that can be specified for the most demanding interior and exterior building projects. Combining high-definition detailed decoration with high-performance qualities, Neolith® offers the triple reassurance of strength, beauty and longevity.

Neolith® Full Body Veining achieves veins throughout the entire slab and not just the surface, replicating the 3D veining found in genuine stone such as marble. The hyper-realistic effect is visible in the slab’s edges and will is available in the 1/2" and 3/4” (12 or 20 mm) thickness models.

Monolith | Full Body Veining

Sintered Stone is a 100% natural material based on granite minerals, glass minerals and natural oxides:

  • Granite Materials: Quartz and feldspar, giving hardness and strength to the surface
  • Glass minerals and silica, which ensures chemical stability
  • Natural oxides, which deliver chromatic properties

Monolith | Full Body Veining

Neolith® is produced using the very latest in sintering technology, replicating the thousands of years’ process by which natural stone is formed in a matter of hours.

The raw materials which form the slab are first subjected to extremely high pressure, going through a pressing machine where a weight of 400 bars of pressure is applied. In the second phase of the process, the slab goes through a kiln where temperatures reach more than 1200° C (2200° F). This process of ultra-compaction creates full-body surfaces with unique technical features.

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