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Azure Magazine November December 2022 Cover: The Residential Interiors Issue

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Toronto architect Brenda Izen combined two robust materials — Indiana limestone on top and Neolith’s Skyline, a sintered stone ventilated facade, below — to bring a sense of airiness to a recent residential project, House 95 (shown below).

Neolith Skyline building facade

Upping the performance of the exterior surface, Neolith’s Skyline porcelain panels were finished with Pureti, an environmentally friendly photocatalytic treatment with self-cleaning capabilities. When it comes in contact with sunlight, inorganic contaminating agents (like NOx and SOx) are destroyed, helping to reduce pollution by purifying the air. The finish also extends the lifespan of the material while maintaining its pristine appearance.

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