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NEOLITH Discusses their Signature Sintered Compact Surface

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Cersaie 2015 announced progress in the Italian ceramics industry, but let’s put numbers aside and talk trends. A beautiful collection of tiles was presented from stand to stand during the fair. The red thread between them all summarizes this year’s ‘must haves’: vintage, geometrical, optical illusion, modern mosaic, urban style or pop art, and pattern and fabrics. Vintage is a top favorite, and Spanish brand NEOLITH have much to offer. They present the latest collection of their iconic Sintered Compact Surface (*), Neolith, in various surface typologies and styles. Alvaro Palencia, project manager & architect consultant at NEOLITH, gives us more information on the material and the collection in this video interview taken during the fair.

(*) Article modified on 11/5/2015. Neolith was initially described as “Porcelaine stone”

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American artist Erin Tallman is a journalist for various online publications and is the Editor in Chief of AgriExpo e-magazine and ArchiExpo e-magazine. She has published three books, including her first novel.

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