Axolotl Paint

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  • From the beginning Axolotl has explored the intersection of creativity with technology and delivered professional designers the opportunity to re-imagine the possibilities of the built environment.

    Metal that looks solid, but weighs as much as a cardboard box. Concrete cabinetry etched with the beauty of a Florence Broadhurst design. Multi-storey blades of terracotta that will never crack. Making the impossible come to life is in our DNA.

    Which is why when we set out to develop a paint product, it had to be something that had never been done before. We were excited to open up the beauty and quality of an Axolotl architectural product direct to the non-design professional, whilst also continuing to deliver architects and designers the elevated creativity to which they were accustomed.

    In developing what would be Axolotl Paint the starting point would naturally be authenticity and craftsmanship. As always, the disruption would come from the application of new technological thinking and the design originality that is imbued in all Axolotl products.

    The result are paints that are the uncommon combination of technological expertise, traditional craftsmanship and environmental sensitivity.

    More than this it is the unique aesthetic palette offered, along with access to innovative design expertise in product selection, that truly differentiates an Axolotl architectural paint from others.

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  • Range

    Chroma, Metta, Micaceous, Cement Paint, Timber Wash

    Manufacturer

    Axolotl

    Lead Time

    In stock

    Sustainability

    Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are the harmful chemicals found in paints. These are carbon-containing solvents that vaporise into the air as paint dries. VOCs can have negative effects on the health of building occupants and exposure to such products can cause headaches, dizziness and nausea. Higher exposure levels have had links with serious outcomes such as cancer. By specifying low or zero VOC paints these problems can be minimised, even eliminated. Usually, low VOC paints emit less odours and offer faster drying times and non-yellowing properties. However, it’s important to look beyond simple ‘eco’ claims to ensure that you still get optimum performance from your paint, particularly for outdoor finishes. Common shortcomings include poor durability and low coverage. Axolotl architectural paints are water based and contain low or minimal VOC, yet are engineered to be a high performance paint in all environments.

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Axolotl pioneered the bonding of semi-precious metals to other substrates over 20 years ago and since then has expanded its range of surfaces to include glass, concrete, timber, terracotta, terrazzo, solid surface, stone and paint, with infinite combinations available to the most creative designers.