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Checked out the hottest club in town? Did you see Neolith?

Posted by Gian Luca Fiori on Thu, May 16, 2013 @ 11:30 AM

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If you’ve not yet been to Club 342 , you’ve got to check it out! There may be no DJ “spinning” a pulsating beat from his Mac laptop or swanky cocktails with Elderflower liquor…or maybe there will be?

Club 342  is the new private “Designers Club” in the Boston Design Center  that’s available for designers to use for work, meetings, conferences, and even special events. Designed by Marcus Gleysteen Architects   and built by Sanford Custom Builders , the club was made possible through donations by several Boston area tradesmen and furnished and accessorized through generous donations from several BDC showrooms.


Marble and Granite, Inc. supplied the stunning tables, kitchen island, countertops, and wall cladding—which are all made of Neolith. This cutting-edge material is just right for such a “see-and-be-seen” hot spot. It’s a high-performance material that will stand up to heavy use, yet just like patrons of the hottest clubs, it’s light, beautiful, and thin! Neolith. is the most versatile large format porcelain slab on the market, perfect for cladding just about any surface.

A prime destination for conducting business in the BDC , Club 324 features every amenity one can think of. The 3,500 square foot showplace includes Wi-Fi, two conference rooms, individual work stations, seating, dining areas, and a kitchen with full catering capabilities.

Curious about Neolith .? Check out another local hotspot…our Westwood, MA showroom.


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Photo captions: Photos by Marble & Granite, Inc.

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