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Neolith® to bring a stunning new exhibition concept to KBIS 2020

Neolith®, a market-leading brand of Sintered Stone, will be returning to the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) from January 21-23, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada with a brand-new exhibition concept.

The 1,400 sq ft exhibition area, designed by Héctor Ruiz Velázquez, is an attractive and harmonious display of Neolith material used continuously throughout an indoor space. Without any breaks or discontinuity in the ceiling, walls and flooring, the stand will explore the potential of Neolith as a 360° material and how it can be used for all interior applications, from living and dining areas to kitchens and bathrooms. Further, the booth will be clad from top to bottom in Neolith’s Mont Blanc, an elegant homage to one of the most popular stone patterns on the market, white quartzite.

Ruiz Velázquez, a University of Virginia-educated architect and designer with offices in Madrid and Dubai, takes sculptural design to the next level by integrating a kitchen with PITT cooking gas hobs, bathroom, Neolith neocube-o fireplace, Doca furniture and Flos lighting within the impressive structure. The modern model home shows the ways in which the material adapts to a high-tech world by pushing the boundaries of conventional design trends and our notion of space.

Neolith kitchen countertop with integrated PITT cooking gas hobs

Serving as a window into all things Neolith, the project is set to bring equal focus to each aspect of the home and present the material’s versatility to visitors. The space combines esthetics and functionality, and will convey contrasting concepts of ‘continuity and change’ as well as ‘tradition and innovation’.

Intricate latticework makes up one wall of the project, creating a semi-exposed effect to pique onlookers’ curiosity as well as demonstrate the ability of Neolith material to be fabricated into interesting and unusual shapes. Committed to protecting the planet, Neolith material is also 100% sustainable, and the project will have minimal impact on the environment.

Neolith residential kitchen

In addition to highlighting the many uses of the material and its practicality, the aim of this unique space is for people to browse the brand’s new products and socialize. The Neolith team will be available at the stand to answer questions and converse with guests.

For more information on Neolith, visit www.neolith.com.

For more information on KBIS, visit www.kbis.com.

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