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Neolith® shines again in Paris

Neolith® first participated in the latest edition of Maison&Objet, and later continued with its Fuori Salone last Tuesday in a special event celebrated with more than a hundred Interior Designers and Architects from the city.


Neolith® sparked the audience Parisien style, unveiling the proposals for 2019, with 8 new designs inspired by natural elements, based on the latest décor trends.

The French glamour came hand in hand with the live jazzy tunes, sweetening the evening with the Famous Pastry Chef Anne-Sophie, where she surprised the audience with her amazing cake inspired by one of the newest models presented, Mar de Plata.

The event took place on last tuesday night, attended by the Marketing and Sales team of the firm, together with the official distributor of Neolith® in the city of Paris, Spadaccini.


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For the first time, Neolith will be present at Maison and Objet Paris

For the first time, NEOLITH® will be present at Maison & Objet Paris from 7th to 11th September. The main home Decoration fair that connects Interior Design and Architecture.


2019 New Proposals


In anticipation of 2019, NEOLITH® has looked at emerging design trends to inspire eight new colours. Visitors will be welcomed to browse the diverse proposals in situ and provide feedback to help decide on the upcoming new releases.


During the same week, on Tuesday, September 11, NEOLITH® will organize an outside fair event, aimed at Parisian Interior Designers and Architects. The event is for inviting them to get a close and personal look at the new proposals. Complementing the event with the presence of the renowned Pastry Chef Anne Sophie, who will delight the attendees with the best of her desserts. 


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Enigma by Neolith arrives to The Big Apple

From Barcelona to New York City: Neolith presents Enigma restaurant exhibition with the world-renowned architect Pau Llimona.

Mystery Set in Stone event highlighted the design behind this Michelin-rated experience restaurant, a collaboration of Chef Albert Adrià, Pau Llimona, Pritzker Prize winning RCR Arquitectes, and Neolith.

Neolith, hosted more than 100 architects and designers on June 20th to discover Architect Pau Llimona’s design of the ambitious and ground-breaking Enigma restaurant project in Barcelona. Held at the Manhattan showroom of Neolith distribution partner HG Stones, the Mystery Set in Stone event provided an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how Llimona and Pritzker Prize winning RCR Arquitectes transformed the 7,534-square-foot space into a dreamy atmosphere envisioned by Chef Albert Adrià.

Opened in 2017, the Michelin-rated Enigma restaurant is the brainchild of Adrià. The acclaimed Catalan chef wanted to captivate guests in an immersive environment, with a menu influenced by the surroundings. In order to make that a reality, Adrià commissioned RCR Arquitectes/Pau Llimona to create the design, giving life to a multidisciplinary space with seven distinct rooms and seven different gastronomic experiences through a 40-course tasting menu. RCR drew their design idea in watercolors on paper and teamed up with Neolith to create an exact replica of the green and blue hues onto large format sintered stone slabs—to be applied to the floors, walls, bathrooms, kitchen worktops, cabinetry and air extraction systems.

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The new Krater model rewarded with the Muuuz Award

Once more, Neolith has again received the prestigious Muuuz International Award 2018 for the recently introduced Krater model, a dark, swirling-patterned slab in appreciation to natural soapstone.


Launched earlier this year, the Krater was created in response to the popularity of Neolith ’s Nero Marquina (which received a Muuuz International Award in 2017) and a growing design trend for darker shades and tones in the kitchen and bathroom settings.


Krater perfectly showcases the expertise of Neolith’s research and development team. The surface is characterised by a beautifully 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.


The Muuuz International Awards communicates with 25,000 architects, interior architects, decorators and layout professionals to select the most innovative products. With more than 2,200 new products over 7 categories, Krater proved to be a favourite in the ‘Materials’ category.

The awards will be presented to the winners at a ceremony in Paris on the 20th June at the InterContinental Paris le Grand.