The Architect’s Newspaper Names Neolith Among “Six Super Surfaces”

The Architect’s Newspaper Names Neolith Among “Six Super Surfaces”

February 19, 2015

The Architect’s Newspaper, a trade outlet which covers the East Coast, Midwest, and West Coast in three print editions and online, speaks directly to architects with news, developments, trends, resources, and industry updates. This week, the newspaper included Neolith in their wrap-up of superior composite surfaces.

Neolith from TheSize

The Architect’s Newspaper considers ultra slim, extremely durable Neolith one of the top composite surfaces on the market today. Photo via THESIZE.

Noting which composite surfaces they feel have come a long way, The Architect’s Newspaper emphasizes that Neolith is as durable as it is attractive. The surface combines natural raw materials, including clays, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxides (which create interesting color options), with the most advanced industrial technology to provide cutting-edge surface materials for both interior and exterior installations. These materials ensure Neolith’s long life and wear-ability.

These natural materials are put through a high-pressure, high-temperature kilning process that makes Neolith one of the most resilient surfaces on the market. Whereas many thin, compact surfaces may be easily broken and damaged during transportation and fabrication, Neolith is far less likely to crack or splinter.

Some of Neolith’s best qualities include the fact that it’s incredibly lightweight, waterproof, hygienic, and resistant to high temperatures, scratches, and abrasions. Perhaps best of all, it’s available in 3 thicknesses: 1/8-inch (3mm), 1/4-inch (6mm) and 1/2"-inch (12mm).

Dimensions of Neolith

Neolith comes in three thicknesses: 1/8-inch (3mm), 1/4-inch (6mm) and 1/2"-inch (12mm). Photo via THESIZE.

Interior designers, distributors, fabricators, and homeowners alike have embraced this revolutionary material while the manufacturer TheSize consistently pushes boundaries when it comes to available textures, colors, and sizes.

See the complete article in The Architect's Newspaper here. Take a look at all of the options we offer at Marble and Granite, Inc. by viewing our complete online inventory. Or visit one of our two New England showroom locations to experience this innovative material in person.



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