Design Show Success for Enhanced Marmox Range

Already widely regarded as a lead player in the creation of stylish bathrooms, wetrooms and spa facilities, manufacturer Marmox was able to unveil extensions to its widely specified range at this year’s Surface Design Show in London (7-9th February) earning particular interest in its new Slicedstone – Large Format Veneer Sheets.

The Sales and Marketing team were on hand throughout the three days at The Business Design Centre, Islington, showcasing the new large format version of mosaic style product introduced in 2020. Still displaying the beautiful colour variations of natural Indian sandstone, the new Slicedstone – Large Format Veneer Sheets are available in two sizes - 1220 x 610mm or 2100 x 1050mm - rather than 50 x 50mm mosaics on a mesh roll.

However, the new product’s slimline form - at just 4 (±1.5) mm thick and supplied on a specially formulated decoupling layer - means they can still be applied to curved surfaces both indoors and out.

The Marketing Manager for Marmox, Grant Terry, commented: “Our customers have shown great creativity in their use of the original Slicedstone offering and we are certain that the new large format sheets will prove equally popular, displaying the same beauty of natural Indian limestone, but in a way that makes them ideal for cladding/covering larger wall areas.

Their manufacture means they are both flexible and fully waterproof, as well as lightweight – being between 2.5 and 3.0kg per square metre – making them straightforward to install. They will work well in domestic bathrooms and wetrooms as well as in commercial situations like spas.”

Utilising the latest technology, Slicedstone – Large Format Veneer Sheets are cut from the surface of Indian sedimentary rock and then re-engineered with a stabilised backing. The natural stone blend substrate is treated with a clear polycarbonate solution to offer a flexible surface that is both stable and fully resistant to water as well as being stain resistant: which allows for the easy removal of grout and adhesive residue.

Being in large format means, compared to conventional tiling, savings will be made on the cost of grout and adhesive as well as the reduced labour through quicker installation.

For further information please visit the website below.

Share this article

Login to post comments

About us

Future Constructor & Architect is a specification platform for architects and building contractors, which focuses on top-end domestic and commercial developments.

As well as timely industry comment and legislation updates, the magazine covers recent projects and reviews the latest sustainable building products on the market. Subscribe here.

Privacy policy

Latest updates


Sign up below to receive monthly construction, architecture and product updates from FC&A via email: