The Beauty and Strength of Neolith

The Beauty and Strength of Neolith

November 23, 2015


Floors and walls made of Neolith ultra-slim surfacing. Photo by Jessica Delaney Photography. 

This office lobby outside of Boston serves as a perfect example of why Neolith has evolved into one of the top commercial surfacing choices available today. Its versatility, strength, and longevity are overshadowed only by its style and beauty. 


Neolith floors in Perla Saltinado. Photo by Jessica Delaney Photography. 


 Neolith walls in custom cut Humo tiles. Photo by Jessica Delaney Photography. 

In this Woburn office park designed by Maugel Architects, Neolith shines in the office lobby of technology/research firm The Richmond Group. The lighter moon white color yet exceptionally durable flooring is made of Perla Saltinado  Neolith.  Also made of ultra compact Neolith  the gray tiled walls are custom cut from slabs of Neolith in Humo. Installed by Allegheny Contract Flooring, the Neolith brings to life a sleek and modern design while offering the most durability of nearly any surface available on the market today.


Ultra slim Neolith surfacing makes excellent flooring material for high-traffic areas. Photo by Jessica Delaney Photography. 


Custom Neolith tiles surround the lobby elevators. Photo by Jessica Delaney Photography.

What makes Neolith so special? It combines the very best natural raw materials with state-of-the-art technology to create high-tech, durable slabs that are resistant to scratching, stains, extreme changes in temperature, moisture, high traffic, chemicals, and even UV rays. Made of clays, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxide, Neolith is formed when these materials are put through a high-pressure, high-temperature kilning process. The result is one of the most resilient surfaces in the world.


Neolith surfacing is as versatile as it is strong. Photo by Jessica Delaney Photography.

And not only does Neolith offer strength and durability, it’s also an exceptionally slim surface. The compact nature of Neolith gives it many attributes not offered by other surfacing choices such as natural stone and quartz. Available in thicknesses as compact as 3mm (and up to 12mm) Neolith is lighter and easier to transport than other surfacing options. This helps cut down on transportation costs, plus makes Neolith easier to install since it’s lighter to handle.

Made of all natural materials, Neolith allows designers, architects, and builders to push the boundaries of design. Since it’s available in a myriad of color and texture choices and in sheets up to 3,200 x 1,500 and 3,600 x 1,200 mm, Neolith offers the ultimate in versatility.

A more hygienic option than most surfaces, Neolith is excellent for flooring, interior walls, exterior cladding, countertops, wall covering, furniture and cabinet facing and more. To learn more about this revolutionary new product, visit us at one of our two New England area showrooms. Our professional surfacing experts will show you how the beauty and strength of Neolith can be put to work for your project.


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