Called Aurora, the edit spans nine neutral shades including the jet-black Sanremo, earthy hues Aurora Bisque and Aurora Umber, and the almost see-through finishes of Pavia and Aurora Cotton.
"Two of the colours have a semi-translucent property, which enables designers to play with light effects," said the material's manufacturer LX Hausys.
The different shades are created by mixing mineral pigments with acrylic to create a material that resembles precious stone while offering superior hygiene, mouldability and durability.
The surface is non-porous, resistant to stains and chemicals, which makes it easy to clean and maintain.
The material can also be heated to make it flexible, so it can be moulded into almost any shape and joined to create seamless surfaces.
"These Aurora colours combine aesthetics inspired by nature with all the benefits of the latest-generation solid surface," said LX Hausys.
As a result, they can be used to create cladding and surfacing in a range of different environments, including residential and commercial interiors and exteriors, as well as forming kitchen and bathroom counters.
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