Neolith has received a Muuuz International Award 2018 for Krater: a dark, swirling-patterned slab which pays homage to natural soapstone. The Muuuz International Awards communicates with 25,000 architects, interior architects, decorators and layout professionals to select the most innovative products, with a selection of more than 2,200 new products over seven categories.
Launched earlier this year, Krater was created in response to the popularity of Neolith’s Nero Marquina and a growing design trend for darker shades and tones in the kitchen and bathroom settings. Krater draws on soapstone’s heritage as a material used to construct some of the world’s most enduring monuments, including Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer, a distinctive surface with universal appeal. Krater's surface is characterised by a swirling, deep grey grain, which has been captured using the very latest technology to create an organic, continuous pattern, true to the look of the natural stone. It is offered in Silk and Riverwashed finishes in 6mm and 12mm thicknesses and available in 3,200 by 1,600mm, and 3,200 by 1,500mm formats. It is ideal for worktops (12mm), as well as flooring and wall cladding applications (6mm).
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