Neolith Calatorao

Calatorao is a distinctive, fine-grained limestone which has been hew from the world-famous quarries of Zaragoza, Spain, for over 2000 years. An ancient stone with a rich history of use across the Iberian Peninsula, from Baroque churches and town square cobbling to highly-polished flooring and interior walls, Neolith has faithfully captured Calatarao’s lustrous golden veining and intensely dark grey colour which characterises the stone. It was a favourite stone of the celebrated Spanish sculptor Juan de Ávalos, who used it extensively throughout his distinguished career. Calatorao has a timeless appeal, adding a touch of Aragonese finesse to any commercial or residential space.
Neolith is impermeable, highly resistant to stains, scratches, bending and Ultra-Violet rays. It is also easy to clean and hygienic.

Family: Classtone
Finish: Silk
Sheet Thicknesses Available: 12mm / 20mm
Sensitive Colour: No

Neolith is an Ultra Compact surface that uses Sintering Technology, giving Neolith physical and mechanical features which are unprecedented in the construction industry. Neolith possess many extraordinary properties, such as: it’s high resistance to heat, scratches, stains and Ultra Violet rays. Having zero porosity, Neolith is impermeable, which makes it easy to clean and hygienic.