Neolith Calatorao is inspired by the grey limestone extracted from the quarries of Calatorao (Zaragoza, Spain) for more than 2,000 years. It’s an ancient stone with an important history because it was used throughout the Iberian Peninsula for many monuments, churches, monasteries, palaces, sculptures, columns and baldaquins.


Neolith Pulpis

Inspired by the native material found in the province of Castellón (specifically, the Santa Magdalena quarries), Neolith Pulpis is known for its tobacco brown tone and subtle white and golden veins lining the slabs.

Neolith Estatuario E01 Silk from the Classtone Collection stands out due to its faithful interpretation of Carrara marble. A combination of thick and subtle veins crossing a pure white background exudes elegance and decorates any space where it's used with a touch of freshness, class and beauty.

Neolith Calacatta Silk offers a design with a very well-distributed and uniform grey vein all along the tile which optimizes its use irrespective of the type of use or format.