Neolith® has introduced four new colours for its 2019 catalogue – as voted for by visitors to a series of Neolith events.

These slabs are created using a revolutionary, more ecologically friendly production process, HYDRO Neolith Digital Design 2.0. HYDRO-NDD 2.0 is a water-based decoration technique that greatly reduces the contaminating emissions while delivering the same high-quality colour and textural definition as before.

#1 New York – New York

Influenced by the city’s infectious energy, iconic avenues and majestic skyscrapers, this surface responds to a revival of interest in using concrete for interior applications. With distinctive grey tones it offers an on-trend, urban style.

#2 Mar Del Plata

Inspired by the exotic Dark Pearl granite, a Brazilian stone, this stylish, rippled slab incorporates wavy white quartz stripes on a grey backdrop. The whiter and lighter grey striations are produced with a special technique which gives texture to the veining. Flecks of shine particle throughout the stone also create a beautiful nacre effect which mirrors the quartz veins found in the original granite.

#3 Mont Blanc

The pristine slopes of the French-Swiss Alps are the inspiration behind the rarefied Mont Blanc. Homage to white quartzite, its neutral tone combines a creamy white background with subtle veining in deep black and ochre hues. Using a special technique, an inward relief was created exactly where the veins are, delivering an original texture.

#4 Sofia Cuprum

A mesmerising dark surface represents the evolution of Neolith’s Steel Collection. The semi-polished finish on these stones creates an irregular, burnished effect which gives the surface a more worn-in touch and feel.

Neolith® products are 100% natural, composed of raw material – clays, feldspar, silica and natural mineral oxides – and are recyclable.

Neolith® has near-zero porosity, making it hygienic, stain resistant, easy to clean and impervious to chemicals. The product is also wear-, scratch-, and heat resistant, and its colours do not vary when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays.

For more information, visit www.neolith.com.

 

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