The Latest Countertop and Surface Material- Pyrolithic Stone

Geoluxe offers a breakthrough in the material industry with Pyrolithic Stone™, combining the noble beauty of natural marble with superior technical performance.

Geoluxe offers a breakthrough in the material industry with Pyrolithic Stone™, combining the noble beauty of natural marble with superior technical performance. It’s a complex mixture of 100% mineral-based materials formed through patented GeoMimicry™ technology, the slabs reveal realistic marble-like veins throughout. GEOLUXE® overcomes the imperfections of natural marble and other manufactured surfaces, offering the ultimate combination of elegance and performance.

Italian Dolomite Marble-Geoluxe Pyrolithic Stone

The product has been designed to resist stains, chemicals, scratches, heat and frost, which allows for easy maintenance and a high level of durability for both indoor and outdoor use. Pyrolithic Stone comes in seven different styles, including Bluette, which features a combination of grey and blue veins resembling Italian dolomite marble, and Eramo.

The concept of Pyrolithic Stone is a combination of three words: Pyro, a mineralogy term denoting a mineral that is formed or affected by heat; Litho, Greek for of or relating to stone; and Stone, a material inspired from marble, resembling the beauty of natural stone.

Geoluxe  material industry with Pyrolithic Stone

GEOLUXE® is the perfect application for countertops and surface covering. It is the ideal choice to transform your worktop, indoor and outdoor space into a unique space.

“To increase the GRANDNESS of EXISTING narrow house with multiple columns in between and break the monotonic look, selection of materials is a really big challenge. For neat and clean wall surface we covered maximum wall in water base “UNIGLOSS“ semi-gloss wall paint instead of wall panelling.

For 99% seamless flooring, we selected 1200x3000 size “Kalinga Stone” Floor + one wall in full height leather finish Granite and rest again in full height Kalinga stone gave the wide & grand look of the Toilets.” Ar Sunil M Deshpande

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