Neolith Sintered Stone for Indoor and Outdoor Uses Is Available in Four New Colors

Neolith sintered stone slabs are the result of the latest research and development processes in the industry. The product, 100% natural, is composed of raw materials such as clays, silica and natural mineral oxides, and is recyclable

Neolith, brand launched by TheSize (Castellón, Spain), presents four new colors for 2019: New York-New York, Mar Del Plata, Mont Blanc and Sofía Cuprum.

Neolith is UV resistant, perfect for exterior cladding

Neolith slabs are the result of the latest research and development processes in the industry. The product, 100% natural, is composed of raw materials such as clays, feldspar, silica and natural mineral oxides, and is recyclable. The raw materials, in the form of fine powders, are exposed to high pressure and take the shape of large rectangular slabs in special molds. Neolith slabs are baked in a 1km long oven at an extremely high temperature. After that, 3D printers give them the outlook and details of precious stones, materials and metals.

Neolith sintered stones are given the outlook and details of natural materials, perfect for interior cladding

Neolith slabs have near-zero porosity, making them a product that is hygienic, stain resistant, easy to clean and impervious to chemicals. Neolith is also wear, scratch, heat resistant, and its colors, being natural based, do not vary when exposed to UV rays.

Moreover, Neolith stone is lightweight and easy to install, which makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor uses.

Neolith is heat and wear resistant, perfect for the kitchen

The new colors were chosen last year during trade fairs and meetings with Neolith’s clients. Visitors chose their favorite colors among eight design prototypes and the first four have been selected for this year’s collection.

Neolith sintered stone New York-New York

Gray tones offer an on-trend, urban style suitable for all surfacing applications. The full body edge is highly realistic and a special surface that blends matt and shiny particles creates a pleasing visual effect.
Neolith sintered stone Mar Del Plata

Inspired by the exotic Dark Pearl granite, a Brazilian stone from TheSize’s Granith® collection. With a slated stone relief, the slab offers a mesmerizingly aqueous resembling of the flow of the South American river. The white and light gray striations are produced with a special technique that gives texture to the veining.
Neolith sintered stone Mont Blanc

A homage to white quartzite, one of the most popular stone patterns currently on the market, it has an enrapturing neutral tone, combining a creamy white background with subtle veining in deep black, oxide and ochre hues.
Neolith sintered stone Sofía Cuprum

A mesmerizingly dark and sober surface represents the evolution of Neolith’s Steel Collection. The metal on which this surface is based was first realized in the early 2000s when French architect Jean Nouvel was designing a new building, commissioned for the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid. [Text: Giuseppe D’Orsi]

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