An architectural rendering of an outdoor kitchen-type wall paint concept for homes in the U.S. has received preliminary approval.
The design is designed to be applied to existing kitchen-like walls and is envisioned as a wall-to-wall surface.
The architect says it would provide a sustainable alternative to conventional paint that may be less durable, less efficient, and less environmentally friendly.
The project is being developed by the design firm of M.B. Burdick and Associates, a division of Gensler, a leading global architectural design firm.
M.B.-Burdick said the design uses a combination of natural materials and synthetic materials to create a unique and aesthetically pleasing product that would be environmentally friendly and sustainable.
It’s a product that we’re very excited about,” said M. B. Bunkick, co-executive director of Ginsler, which is in the midst of an expansion that will include new stores and a new headquarters in Chicago.
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This is a new concept for an outdoor patio that can be used for a variety of purposes,” said U-Haul vice president of marketing and public affairs, Brian E. Wohlforth.
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Department of Agriculture and the United States Forest Service, said the idea for a product like this is to bring a new perspective to outdoor kitchens.
“What we’re looking for is an environmentally friendly product that is sustainable, effective, and safe,” Wohuforth said.
B.-Bunkick has been working with a range of organizations and organizations in the hospitality industry for a number the past couple of years to help develop this concept.
It was first floated in a 2013 feasibility study and then submitted to the U and M departments of Architecture and Horticulture.
There is a requirement that these products have to be durable, efficient, affordable, and durable enough to withstand high temperatures, he said.
“There’s no question that the use of natural ingredients and synthetic ingredients will be the key to the success of this product,” he said, adding that the company is also working with other outdoor and indoor facilities to incorporate this product into their walls.
A similar product was used in New York in the 1980s.
According to M. A. Bursch and Associates of the Woodside, California, architecture firm, the concept of the product is to use a blend of organic, natural and synthetic components.
For example, there will be a blend that uses organic clay to create an organic base coat that will be applied over an organic material to create the paint.
“The goal is to make a product where the product can be reused without compromising its strength,” Burscht said.
It would also be possible to use it for other applications, such as adding insulation to a wall to help cool it, or to replace a window if it’s damaged.
In a statement, Ginslers marketing director John Hays said the company expects to begin the design process in the fall.
If approved, the company said it expects to be ready to begin production by the end of 2019.