Geoluxe is being introduced to the UK and Ireland at the Natural Stone Show in London.
A new material being described as ‘Pyrolithic Stone’ from Thailand is making its debut on Stand G49 at the Natural Stone Show in London ExCeL exhibition centre 25-27 April.
The new material goes under the name of Geoluxe and is being sold in the UK by Stoneware Ltd near Bedford. Stoneware is a UK-based importer and distributor of ceramic and porcelain products, specialising in large formats for use in domestic and commercial projects.
Geoluxe is not printed on the surface like a ceramic or porcelain. It is made using what the maker describes as patented ‘GeoMimicry’ technology that ‘overcomes imperfections of natural stones and most other surface materials’. It uses natural minerals so the veining goes right through it, as it does with natural stone, quartz and sintered products. It is sold in 20mm thick slabs of 3.2m x 1.4m, and 10mm thick tiles 1.2m x 600mm.