Architects and builders demand building materials that are high-performing, cost-efficient, low environmental impact, easy to install and maintain, and aesthetically pleasing. And chemical products provide a variety of attributes that enhance a building’s durability and resiliency while also providing cost and performance efficiencies.
Materials made possible by chemistry are used in making all the parts of a building – from roof tops to wall coverings and floors, to insulation inside the building envelope to countertops and surfaces.
In the rapidly evolving interior landscape, chemistry creates high performing materials that help designers innovate. For example, the products of chemistry contribute to the durability and comfort of furniture, the energy efficiency of lighting and the aesthetics of stylish décor.
Chemical manufacturing companies and interior design firms also make great collaborators, working together on projects that use the latest science to create innovative technologies and materials.