Save the Date: The Arrival of the Neolith Tiny House


Join us this July in welcoming the Neolith Tiny House as it stops at FM Distributing in San Francisco, while on a 14 city national tour. Designed by architectural firm Jeffrey Bruce Baker, in collaboration with the Stone Center, the leading stone distributor in Atlanta, Georgia, the house showcases many innovative ways Neolith can be used in one structure. From countertops to showers, flooring and walls, a fireplace, an outdoor patio, exterior cladding and more, the 500-square-foot mobile tiny house is a modern marvel. 

“The idea for the Neolith Tiny House originated as a way to showcase Neolith surfacing as a sustainable, lightweight, indestructible material for virtually any application,” said Mar Esteve, marketing manager, TheSize Surfaces. “The partnership between all the brands and people associated with the Neolith Tiny House epitomizes our continued investment in pioneering technology for sustainable solutions in any sized space.” 

Built with the same attention to detail as a custom home, the unit features a full-size kitchen, two bathrooms, and an outdoor patio complete with a fully functioning kitchen. In an effort to highlight the real possiblity of luxury tiny living, Neolith incorporated premium products into the build, including Miele interior appliances; Sub-Zero Wolf outdoor appliances, TOTO toilets and more.  

Come enjoy a tour of the Neolith Tiny House at the official San Francisco launch party on July 13, 2017 (RSVP HERE). For more information and the final tour stop location dates and details, visit  




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