Following the success of Neolith's Nero Marquina surface color, the company has developed Krater, a detailed stone that increases design options for naturally darker shades and tones for commercial and residential surfacing projects.
An homage to natural Soapstone, the inspiration for Krater ties back to the inky stone's heritage as a material used to construct some of the world's most enduring monuments, including Rio De Janeiro's Christ The Redeemer. The depth and contrast offered by darker stones, especially igneous rocks, has gradually increased in popularity amongst interior designers looking to add a bold and striking focal points within a room.
This dark brown, almost black, design of Krater is characterized by a swirling, deep grey grain, captured using the latest technology to create an organic, continuous pattern, true to the look of the natural stone.
Part of the Neolith Fusion collection, Krater is offered in Silk and Riverwashed finishes in 6mm and 12mm thicknesses and available in 3,200 x 1,600 mm and 3,200 x 1,500 mm formats.
For more information, visit www.neolith.com.