Porcelain: The Revolutionary New Benchtop Material

There are always new products and materials being introduced to the market in all areas of architecture and interior design. But only every now and again does something this revolutionary and amazing grab the attention of architects and designers. Large format ultra compact surfaces (better known to us as porcelain) is a material that you are about to hear a lot about, and see a lot of in 2016.

This innovative and virtually indestructible material has been huge in Europe and with its multiple uses and unrivalled durability it is now taking the Australian market by storm. This ultra compact surface, also known as  a sintered compact surface is manufactured using intense temperatures and extreme pressure.


(Image: Neolith)

The 100% natural and recyclable product meets the most demanding needs of the architectural and interior design industries from kitchen benchtops and cabinet fronts to courtyard paving and building cladding.

Visit Houzz Australia to read my article: ‘Porcelain: The Revolutionary New Benchtop Material‘ and read some comments from Houzz readers who have already had wonderful experiences with this amazing product in their homes.

There are two main brands available in Australia. They are Dekton by Cosentino and Neolith by CDK Stone.

(Main image: Dekton)

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