ORLANDO, FL - Neolith is unveiling a one-of-a-kind booth at the 2017 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, FL, January 10th to 12th. For the first time in the brand’s history, Neolith’s booth (W137) will incorporate a luxury, two-unit tiny house, in addition to new decors, thicknesses and finishes. The Tiny House will allow attendees the opportunity to experience all of the different applications of Neolith in one structure – including the countertops, flooring and exterior cladding.

At 500-square-feet, the mobile tiny house is the creation of Neolith and Stone Center, a leading stone distributor in Atlanta, GA.

The home is equipped with all the amenities of a custom home, including a full-size kitchen, two bedrooms, home theatre and patio complete with a fully functioning outdoor kitchen.

The experiential home, designed by architectural firm Jeffrey Bruce Baker, features premium partner brands, including Miele interior appliances, Sub-Zero Wolf outdoor appliances, Toto toilets and more.

"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 director, TheSize Surfaces.