Randy Watson and Sarah Walker from Pacific Shore Stones went to the AIA conference on architecture in Orlando, Florida at the end of April. Attended by architects and designers from around the world, the AIA conference included events such as a conversation with former First Lady Michelle Obama, and keynote presentations focusing on challenges and changes in architecture and design.
The conference attracted many exhibitors, including Neolith, who showcased their Tiny House. The fully functional house is clad inside and outside with Neolith, a lightweight, durable sintered surface material. Pacific Shore Stones distributes Neolith in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Memphis, and our team joined the Neolith staff at the booth. The Neolith Tiny House will be on display for a week at Pacific Shore Stones in Austin in January 2018.
Photos show the interior and exterior of the house, which uses Neolith in the following areas:
Facades: Iron Frost, Basalt Black, Textile White and Calacatta Gold
Interior walls: Iron Frost
Interior flooring: Strata Argentum
Master bath: Calacatta Gold walls, shower pan basalt black
Guest bath: La Boheme walls, shower pan Barro
Kitchen countertop: Estatuario polished
Cabinet insert: Onyx polished
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