Neolith’s marble-inspired design, Calacatta, recently took home the Bronze A’ Design Award and the Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award.

Calacatta in the Classtone collection is suitable for a multitude of applications from interior to exterior design, seamlessly blending the high-end look of marble with innovative design and technical features innate to the Neolith material. The Calacatta model features a bright white backdrop to allow the intricate veining that is synonymous with the white marbles from Carrara, Italy to truly stand out. In order to achieve the design, Neolith utilizes its proprietary Neolith Digital Design (NDD) technology, a decoration technique to achieve marble-like features. The result is a surface that is virtually indistinguishable from marble, but made to stand up to the rigors of daily life, according to the company.

A' Design Award and Competition is a premier annual juried design competition that honors the best designers, architects, engineers, design studios, brands and design oriented companies worldwide. The Bronze A' Design Award is given to only the top 10% of designs that delivers an exemplary level of quality in design. A jury awarded Neolith’s Calacatta the Bronze A' Design Award for Building Materials, Construction Components, Structures and Systems Design Category. 

Architizer honors the best in architecture, spaces and products from around the world with their annual A+ Awards. More than 400,000 public votes were cast from more than 100 countries to determine the winners in each category, with Neolith’s Calacatta design winning the prestigious A+ Popular Choice award in the Product Category for Materials: stone, concrete and masonry. 

“Achieving recognition through these esteemed competitions demonstrates our will to challenge ourselves to innovate, redesign and rethink the surfacing industry; it motivates us to continue to set the bar high,” said Mar Esteve, marketing project manager, TheSize Surfaces. “We wanted to create a material category that offered design and functional freedom to the architectural world; being awarded the A’ Design Award and the Architizer A+ Award for product design shows us that we’ve done that.”

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