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Graphenstone calls for architects to ‘Protect their Specs’ when it comes to specifying its air purifying paints


Did you know that in many cases, a large number of specified sustainable materials don’t get used in projects, in part due to contractor influence? This makes it harder for architects to ensure they achieve points with the sustainable industry bodies such as LEED, WELL and BREEAM, even when they have gone to the trouble of selecting a specific product for their projects.

Graphenstone has a genuine commitment to environmental stewardship within the paint sector. Its range of ‘Purifying Paints’ seamlessly marry tradition, innovation and technology, resulting in a premium range of environmentally responsible paints which actively absorb CO2 as they cure (the majority in the first 30 days following application) and continually contribute to air purification.

Its paints have been independently certified to Cradle to Cradle Gold, Silver, and Bronze standards. By adding ‘Cradle to Cradle certified’ into project specification documents, architects and specifiers can help to ensure that technical and ESG specifications are maintained from the very start of projects right through to completion. This offers peace of mind and makes certain of sustainable integrity throughout.

Graphenstone’s rigorous Cradle to Cradle certifications ensure that its paints meet key critical category assessments including material health, product circularity, clean air and climate protection, water and soil stewardship and social fairness.

Architects love that its graphene-infused, natural mineral paint formulations, can help to significantly reduce CO2e on large scale projects, in addition to other key attributes such as enhanced durability, high levels of pigmentation, superior washability and increased coverage levels.

Graphenstone Paints have been used extensively by companies including Meta, Greystar, Grosvenor Estates, GAIL’s Bakery, Eden Project, Spetchley Park Estate, Fulham FC, and the Ashmolean Museum.

To find out more about Graphenstone’s range of Air Purifying paints, please visit or call: 01379 772940