Dulux by AkzoNobel: Now in the Philippines

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Aesthetics has recently become a trend with filipino households and color is a very important part of this. Recently the brand Dulux by AkzoNobel has entered the Philippine market and this April 18 they held a gathering with three leading individuals of architecture and interior design to talk about color. Held at The Glasshouse by Harlan + Holden in Makati City, Let’s Talk Color brought in Cat Arambulo-Antonio, interior designer and the first Filipino judge on The Apartment, Philux Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Stephanie Kienle-Gonzalez, Plaza+Partners Managing Partner, Rebecca Plaza, and AkzoNobel’s Managing Director for Decorative Paints, South East and South Asia, Middle East, Jeremy Rowe held the talk about color.


Dulux a brand with a long-standing history and a large presence in other foreign markets introduced their product like the Weathershield Powerflexx a paint that the brand made specifically to protect the exterior from extreme heat by reflecting UV rays generally lowering the temperature by 5⁰C.

There are also strains for interior painting namely the new Dulux Easy Clean Plus and Dulux Inspire, with their Dulux kidproof technology parents don’t have to be afraid of stains seeping into the paint, as well as their Chroma-Brite technology, ensuring that the brightness of your paint doesn’t fade quickly.

The product itself is designed so meticulously that they have been featured in the top ten of an internationally acclaimed Dow Jones Sustainability Index for twelve consecutive years and influenced this list for many years now.

 So, grab your own can and splatter it on your walls before they fly of the shelves and keep your paint bright and pretty the way you! like it.


Color your world




Lariza Garcia


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