Miami, FL – Neolith, a leading manufacturer of sintered stone, recently celebrated the official opening of its Florida distribution center and unique living spaces showroom, with more than 350 international designers, architects, top representatives from the community and others attending the event. The guests had the opportunity to view the high-end design and architectural pieces presented for the creation of unique spaces indoor and outdoor, hospitality and commercial environments, notes the firm.
The evening allowed guests to touch, feel and live in the world of Neolith, with a curation of uniquely designed kitchen, bath, living and meeting room spaces on display, all connected to a slab gallery offering Neolith’s full collection in a 28,000-sq.-ft. facility. The event was catered by Thierry Isambert Culinary & Event Design and entertainment was provided by Violinist Gary Lovini, DJ Archila Music and live art by Antonyo Marest.
The Neolith team welcomed onsite Jean Porsche, world renowned architect and interior designer who has delivered distinctive residential and commercial projects with Neolith and was most recently awarded winner for his space at Casa Décor, Madrid’s annual design event. The occasion was also attended by the General Consul of Spain in Miami, Jaime Lacadena Higuera, who with the out-of-town executive team members and local employees, headed the grand opening of the venue.
“We could not be happier to be here in Florida, celebrating the expansion of our North America business with our local and regional partners” said José Luis Ramón, CEO of Neolith Group. “North America is a key region for us, for everything that it represents, and with this opening, we wish to inspire professionals and consumers to create and enjoy extraordinary experiences with our brand. This is the second opening of the year on the East Coast following the recent success of New Jersey’s opening, and as part of our strategic agenda, we will continue to accelerate our growth with another imminent opening in the market”.
Developed by the company’s Research, Development and Innovation Department, Neolith Iconic Design was also exclusively showcased at the event for the first time in North America. The launch of this new 3D printing generation surfaces allows an integral design throughout the volume of the surface, in addition to offering brighter colors and new textures, according to the company.
Neolith’s new Florida facility is now part of the largest dedicated sintered stone distribution network in North America, which includes a total of 35 centers and showrooms, the company adds.