Merging beauty and design in ‘ultra-hygienic’ new surfaces

Staying true to balancing form and function through pure and timeless character, neolith introduces ‘essentials’.

The 2021 collection, driven and inspired by the brand’s core values, brings health, safety and environmental awareness to the surface; all essential factors that continue to gain more and more importance.

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As the pandemic diffuses, concern towards being exposed to viruses and bacteria grows and so does commitment to respond to them. ‘Essentials’ becomes a prime paradigm of merging beauty and design with an ultra-hygienic approach.

Whether in a restaurant, office, in retail or even at home, neolith’s ‘essentials’ collection demonstrates society’s demands in keeping up with both protection and stylish excellence. this series further highlights the brand’s social conscience to protecting the environment, which comes from sourcing raw materials, top quality control and most importantly ensuring carbon neutral environments in which the products are manufactured. With the use of cutting-edge technology and processes, attractive design compositions are achieved.

Due to the collection’s technical properties like zero porosity and wide range resistance against heavy cleaning products, ‘essentials’ becomes ideal even for the heaviest commercial uses in public kitchens. To optimize levels for food hygiene and safety, a newly introduced technology acts against harmful bacteria, which usually appear during activities such as raw food preparation. Additionally, the low-maintenance surfaces are made up of 90% recycled material.

As the 2021 collection reinforces sustainability, it simultaneously fortifies elegance and style.

Images by Neolith via Designboom

 

 


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