Neolith Wins 2014 Product Innovation Award

Neolith Wins 2014 Product Innovation Award

December 09, 2014

Here at Marble and Granite, Inc., you’ve heard us singing the praises of ultra compact Neolith surfacing for some time now. The folks at Architectural Products magazine are also on board, praising the material for its “great composition and capabilities.” In fact, the publication recognized Neolith with their 2014 Product Innovation Award!


Neolith recognized for product innovation by Architectural Products Magazine; photo via THESIZE

The Architectural Products "Product Innovation Awards" (PIAs) recognizes exceptional commercial building-related products, ranging from cladding and surfacing to elevators. It’s judged by a group of 50 independent industry professionals and highlights the latest and greatest products available to builders, architects, and designers.

Why is Neolith so special? Well, first off, it’s made of all natural materials. Neolith is made up of clay, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxide. It’s crafted in Spain through a high-tech manufacturing process, resulting in an ultra slim, lightweight material. It’s also noteworthy since it’s waterproof, scratch, stain, UV, cold, heat, and fire resistant. Plus, it’s incredibly strong, durable, and easy to maintain. Neolith is an excellent material for kitchen and bathroom countertops, flooring, interior wall cladding, exterior facades and more.

Estatuario from Neolith

Beautiful flooring done in Estatuario from Neolith; photo via THESIZE

Not only is Neolith practically bulletproof, but it comes in very thin sheets, which means it can be applied over existing finishes during remodels. (It’s available in thicknesses as slim as 3mm, up to 12mm.) And finally, Neolith is available in very large format sizes, including 3,200 mm by 1,500 mm and 3,600 mm by 1,200 mm.

Neolith products are available through a network of distributors. Marble and Granite, Inc. is an exclusive dealer of Neolith in New England. To learn more about this revolutionary product, click here.


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