Full of the latest material and design trends, the collection, which is updated every four years, features an extensive range of highly durable and
sustainable colours and finishes developed together with trend experts PeclersParis. It is based on several globally-identified trends for 2018-2021: Glam City, Time Out, Treasured Light and Wild Nature.
“Our colour expertise and continued development of durable and sustainable solutions drives the creation of our Collection Futura,” explained Jean-Paul Moonen, AkzoNobel’s Powder Coatings Global Segment for Architecture, adding, “The new collection includes a range of special finishes for use on exterior architectural metal components; products which are innovative, sustainable and always on trend.”
Each theme in the collection includes a unique range of colours, textures and effects that reflect the design and societal trends seen throughout the world. Innovation is also highly visible through two completely new finishes: silky texture and cotton.
Glam City includes modernist influences and baroque trends with intense, dark tones cantered on reds, blues and greens. Time Out provides inspiration for soothing living spaces, with light tones based on coloured whites and soft neutrals. Treasured Light offers sensual and more refined versions of metallic brilliance including brass, pink gold, pale copper and silver. Wild Nature explores more primitive, wild expressions of nature and features earthy browns, peaty khakis, anthracite greys and charcoal blacks.
“The new range of finishes will enable customers to achieve just the right effect in any environment while helping them contribute to the future of green building and sustainable development,” says Moonen. He added that the company’s Interpon powder coatings have achieved a third party Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) certification, which includes a lifecycle analysis of the raw materials used in the product itself, the manufacture of the product, its shipment and application.