25 enero, 2018
Neolith showcased its latest colours, thicknesses and finishes at Imm Cologne in Germany (15-21st January 2018) in Hall 4.2, Stand C38.
25.01.2018 At Imm Cologne, visitors were able to discover the many residential and commercial applications of Neolith from flooring, wall cladding and fireplaces to worktops, furniture, and even swimming pools. Neolith introduced to four new colours for 2018: Retrostone, a homage to design-classic, Terrazzo, and three Mediterranean-inspired patterns: Mirage, Krater and Calatorao.
Increasing trade demand in 2017 has also led Neolith to expand its variety of 20mm-thick surfaces, adding thirteen more popular patterns, bringing the range to eighteen. Furthermore, two new finishes have been added to the NanoTech Polished collection: the light-brown Bombón and the pale-grey Luna.
Also at Passagen
Neolith was also hosting a special event and exhibition during Passagen 2018, Cologne: A Mystery Set in Stone. The event, that taked place on Thursday 18th January, tells the story of the ambitious and ground-breaking project Enigma Restaurant in Barcelona, Spain.
From the first watercolour painting to composition and installation, visitors had the opportunity to gain insight into the enchanting and ethereal project of Michelin-starred chef Albert Adrià, realised by RCR Arquitectes and architect Pau Llimona in collaboration with Neolith.
The exhibition was open throughout Passagen 2018 (15-21st January 2018) allowed visitors to explore the mysteries of Enigma.
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