"A new experience, a new challenge and a universe that fills us with possibilities to demonstrate the transformative power of painting," says the company about the donation of more than 2000 liters of paint to cover 1,500 square meters of one of the most emblematic buildings in Rosario.
It houses the Planetarium, the Observatory and the Experimental Science Museum.
This action takes place within the framework of the plan for the revitalization of cultural heritage spaces in the city, carried out by the Municipality of Rosario, through which the company has made available its product Duralba Sol & Lluvia "in such a way as to protect and beautify the heritage enjoyed every year by almost 100,000 people". AkzoNobel said.
"Painting has more power than we think. Let's continue to transform communities together!" the company said.