Neolith can be found in three large formats to achieve greater uniformity and continuity in different spaces, facilitating their handling and minimizing the number of joints

Material Magic

Neolith Opens New HQ Showroom

January 2021

Neolith, a brand leader in sintered stone surfacing, uses state-of-the-art technology to create striking patterns that mimic complex, spontaneous stones, untreated wood, and patinated metals. What cements its place on the market is its ability to produce faithful representations of the most enviable marble around the world. The exceptional results of these skills are now available to view at Neolith’s new showroom headquarters located in Castellón, Spain.

Designed by Neolith’s in-house architect, Giuliana Barandiaran, the showroom gives a comprehensive look at the brand’s many applications by immersing visitors in several living areas clad from floor to ceiling in Neolith surfaces. Lending stylish context to the bathroom and kitchen sections are collaborations with Jacuzzi, DOCA, and PITT Cooking. A number of beautifully appointed pieces from B&B Italia’s Maxalto collection are seen throughout the showroom. Providing warm, ambient light to the showroom are high-modern design references from Flos, and Louis Poulsen, whose principles reflect that of Neolith and make for seamless integration. The dining room area shows how Neolith can be used on a variety of furnishings in residences, offices, even restaurants. The hardiness and resistance of its surfaces are ideal for high-traffic areas, as demonstrated in the retail portion of the showroom. The BBQ area exhibits how Neolith can be used on façades – its materials are resistant to UV rays, water, and thermal expansion, making it a perfect outdoor solution.

Neolith offers a generous line-up of reinterpretations in an array of material, format, thickness, and finish to suit every client’s taste. The showroom has been brought to life in a way that allows its visitors to envision their own style and implement Neolith’s diverse range of products to fit their needs, with the help of a team of experts. The possibilities are endless.

by Gabrielle Cox

Detail of the stone used in the bar. Nero Marquina, a precise reinterpretation of the marble from Markina, Basque Country
The bathroom is saturated in Mar Del Plata, a wavy slated stone relief.
A two-tone bar with pendants from Flos and lamps from Louis Poulsen. With marble from Markina, Basque Country
Stone used in the bar. Detail of Nero Marquina, akin to the marble from Markina, Basque Country
Neolith worked with Doca, one of Spain’s leading kitchen designers to realise the cooking area
Detail of the marble used in the Kitchen. Amazonico, a new design reminiscent of the lush, dense rainforests of South America
From the showroom shop. Retrostone and MontBlanc supplies an elegant shopping experience
From the showroom shop. Neolith was able to create an inward relief exactly where the veins are in a Mont Blanc slab.