Phi Surfaces: Infinite beauty, low crystalline silica content

A new dimension has been revealed



In the 13th century, an Italian mathematician nicknamed Fibonacci stumbled upon a numerical sequence that had a close connection to the golden number. By dividing any of the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence by its predecessor, the result approached the divine figure significantly, though not reaching it exactly, as Phi is, by definition, “an infinite and unique number.” Like that divine sequence, PHI by Aurea Stone has found the formula that brings it extraordinarily close to perfection.

TBP is the only material on the market with a low crystalline silica content -less than 20%- featuring a full-body performance, and, at the same time, presenting sharp and well-defined patterns to the extent that it is challenging to discern whether it is a natural or an engineered stone.

This is due to the dual process that the slabs undergo before achieving the desired product. On one hand, the innovative Phi 4R Full-body technology delivers a very high-end surface with an environmentally friendly formulation, translucency equivalent to real marble, unparalleled appearance, and a full-body performance, with natural veins, color nuances, and patterns running through the slab’s body.

On the other hand, innovative and exclusive Nano Ink technology injects ink up to 1 mm under the surface, providing remarkable color stability, unparalleled sharpness, and unprecedented visual depth. This results in surfaces being further perfected, opening up to an entirely new dimension: a fourth dimension filled with motion and realism.

After the advent of printing, this has been the industry’s central goal. Only Phi by Aurea Stone has been able to achieve this milestone.


PHI printed surfaces feature the first hybrid material in the kitchen countertops industry that incorporates 70% recycled components, reduces crystalline silica to less than 20% and keeps the surfaces stain-free with minimal maintenance.

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