Neolith sintered stone clads the walls and floors of the new Neolith HQ showroom

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Neolith has recently inaugurated a new showroom in Castellón, Spain. The Neolith HQ showroom is a new exhibition space that invites you to embark on a sensory and exploratory journey into the world of sintered stone, and offers the opportunity to see up close and touch all the available finishes, able to suit every interior design style.

The new Neolith showroom and the world of sintered stone in interior design

Designed by in-house architect Giuliana Barandiarán, the Neolith HQ showroom hosts several living environments entirely clad in Neolith sintered stone, in the most popular finishes. To complete the interior design project, there are also products by illustrious brands such as &B Italia, Doca, Louis Poulsen, Flos, Jacuzzi, PITT Cooking.

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The reasons to choose Neolith sintered stone

Neolith sintered stone is a 100% natural stone with a very resistant and scratch-resistant surface, stain-resistant, available in many finishes. Composed of granite minerals, glass minerals and natural oxides, this material can be used to clad any outdoor or indoor surface, both in private homes and public places.

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The countless finishes of sintered stone

The showroom hosts a large island made of Nero Marquina and New York-New York slabs. Next to it, there are a kitchen with New York-New York surfaces and Amazonico interiors, one of Neolith’s latest patterns, and a bathroom fully clad in Mar del Plata equipped with a Jacuzzi.

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Some parts of the floor are made with La Bohème, a sintered stone that reproduces the beauty of natural wood and its tactile feel. Finally, the barbecue area is covered with Sofìa Cuprum.

One stone, endless possibilities

Not only is Neolith sintered stone used to clad surfaces, but also to create original furnishings. The showroom hosts a digitally engraved Basalt Black map of the world and an interpretation of Magritte’s celebrated painting, ‘Son of Man’, made with slabs of different colors and finishes. There are also a sculptural wall in Strata Argentum and a Calacatta Luxe mirror-effect slab.

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