Neolith Wulong


A spiritual brother to Shilin, Wulong is a slightly darker surface, developed in the same vein with grey tones and granular detailing; bearing similarities to the evolution of one of China’s unique geological formations, from which it takes its name.

The Wulong Karst is an impressive limestone formation near the busy city of Chongqing. The area contains one of the most spectacular wonders of the world, the ‘Three Natural Bridges’, a series of crossings, organically forged from the rock and spanning wide gorges.

As a novelty, Wulong incorporates NeolEAT Technology to ensure the highest levels of food hygiene and safety by inhibiting the growth and proliferation of harmful bacteria such as listeria or salmonella.

Discover the Neolith® Technology

After years dedicated to exhaustive research and a commitment to innovation, Neolith® now has a production plant that houses machinery and equipment which is state-of-the-art in the architectural surface sector.

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