Axolotl Stone Surface

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  • Full Description
  • Axolotl Stone Surface is the newest, natural stone surface that is so lightweight and flexible it revolutionises how stone can be used in architecture and design. The stone sheets are extremely flexible allowing stone to be used in unique designs at a fraction of the cost of solid stone.

    The genuine sheets are derived from natural slate and quartzite slabs. Each piece is unique and showcases the inherent beauty, texture and lustre of natural stone. The raw split surface of the slate and the interchanging colours of each stone layer are unique, meaning no two pieces are alike.

    Axolotl stone is available in a selection of 21 different finishes, and in two styles: Axolotl Stone Surface and Axolotl Flex Stone. Both stone surfaces are ultra-thin at 1-3mm, they can be curved to a convex or concave profile, and can be bent to a minimum 200mm radius in some stone types depending on the grain direction.

    Axolotl Stone Surface can be applied over nearly any solid substrate including concrete, metal, plywood, fibreglass, MDF, Masonite®, door skins and cabinetry. And most importantly it is easy to work with using standard woodworking tools, sealers and adhesives.

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  • Product Dimensions

    1220 x 2440mm

    Range

    21 different stone types

    Manufacturer

    Axolotl

    Lead Time

    In stock. Large orders 6 weeks

    Sustainability

    By using Axolotl Stone Surface in place of solid stone, we save more than 95% of natural resources in the form of stone, sand and cement and leave a smaller environmental footprint. And Axolotl Stone Surface panels weigh up to 20 times less than that of a solid stone object of the same size, making them easier to transport and handle.

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Axolotl

Axolotl pioneered the bonding of semi-precious metals to other substrates over 20 years ago and since then has expanded its range of surfaces to include glass, concrete, timber, terracotta, terrazzo, solid surface, stone and paint, with infinite combinations available to the most creative designers.