Located in Castellon, Spain the Neolith HQ Showroom offers a 360° panorama of the brand’s extensive collection of patterns, finishes, formats, and thicknesses. Neolith HQ Showroom exhibits the surface’s numerous attributes, and versatility, in a way never seen before.
The creative vision of Neolith’s in-house architect, Giuliana Barandiarán, the showroom delivers an immersive experience quite distinct from any other. Combining powerful design statements and reflecting the brand’s coming of age over the last decade, it succeeds in achieving a cool and contemporary look and feel.
A comprehensive and holistic display, Neolith HQ Showroom assembles a vast array of the brand’s most popular and recently launched patterns and colors in a multitude of applications.
Those entering the space are immediately drawn to a visually striking two-tone bar in Nero Marquina Polished and New York-New York, perfectly capturing the material’s ability to add refinement to any setting.
Next, the demonstration kitchen catches the eye. Specified wholly in New York-New York and flanked with shelving in Amazonico, one of the newest colors, this understated, minimalist, and sophisticated area also contains a fully integrated island featuring an exclusive PITT Cooking range.
The bathroom is clad in one of Neolith’s most exotic patterns, Mar Del Plata, and is also fitted with a luxurious hydro massage bathtub, kindly provided by Jacuzzi.
Floors throughout the Neolith HQ Showroom are laid in a variety of patterns, particularly the award-winning La Bohème, which mimics the look and feel of natural wood. Cut to resemble floorboards and framed with Calacatta Gold and Nero tiles, visitors would be forgiven for thinking they were walking on actual timber.
The finer details are as important to Neolith as the bigger picture. The space contains plenty of interesting flourishes, showing how the material can be worked to the most specific requirements.
Two highlights include an intricate world map, digitally carved into a slab of Basalt Black, and an interpretation of Magritte’s famous painting ‘Son of Man’, made using multiple Neolith colors and finishes. Other elements, such as a polygonal shelf, a sculptural wall in Strata Argentum, and a book-matched slab of Calacatta Luxe, communicate Neolith’s rich aesthetic qualities.
Shelving and walls in Retrostone and Mont Blanc, in a retail-themed area, further emphasize these characteristics.