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Neolith celebrates a decade in Verona

October 2019

Neolith, the pioneering Sintered Stone brand, commemorated its 10th anniversary with an exhibition that told the Neolith story at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Verona during Marmomac.  Neolith showcased the full spectrum of the company’s surfacing solutions and systems to architects, designers, contractors, fabricator,s and distributors.

Visitors were greeted by a sculptural rainbow, surfaced in some of Neolith’s most popular and intricately decorated surfaces, including Mar del Plata and La Bohème.  A floor, in polished Lava, reflected the installation, creating an optical illusion of being surrounded by Sintered Stone.

Seven standalone stations highlighted the various ways in which the surface could be specified, as well as the support services, solution,s and additional products offered by Neolith.

Neolith’s Mar Esteve Cortes says, “Over the past decade we have worked hard to establish Neolith as the market-leading brand of Sintered Stone, pioneers in the manufacturing of the materials.  I think that the 10th anniversary exhibition perfectly encapsulated the Neolith story, our philosophy, and why we are the surfacing partner of choice for so many professionals across the built environment.  Integrity, creativity, sustainability and loyalty are at the heart of our business”

More at: https://www.neolith.com

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