02 October 2011

Marblo Philippines

In the latter part of 2010, there was a brand from was introduced to our group and I took part mainly on marketing and sales.

To give you a brief background, Marblo is a design material made from polymer and hybrid resins. I actually made a product study and research since it has a lot of series and there are hundreds of product codes. The materials are also new to the Philippines that is why I was really excited to promote the products.

When it comes to an Australian brand, I have no doubt with its quality. One of the things I like about the material is that you can backlight those translucent materials and what can I say, it really stands out! There are a lot of ranges fromn opal, frost, pearl, storm,bedrock and sediment series where you can play with the light.

During my study, I’ve also learned that the producthas 2-4 hours fire rating capability and can provide more than 6,000 colours. Because the product contains resin materials, it can be bent and can be customized according to your requirement. Most Australians preferred the brand because it is anti-bacterial which is recommended on kitchen, counter and laboratory applications.

In every presentation that I’ve had, most of the interior designers and architects say wow to the product because it’s new to them. This also made the team to get good projects like at F1 City Center, a five star condotel at Bonifacio Global City. The architect for this is Julia Sandra Uy of Uo2 Architects. She used Marblo for indoor bar counter, portal area, buffet counter and elevator lobby which you can find at the 5th floor of the building. 

Another is the bar counter of e-Games at the Southgate mall. I introduce Marblo to Mel Reyes, interior designer head of Casas Architects. We then co-created to use the combination of dark oak and hurricane and the result is really stunning.
There are just few of the great things that you would find about Marblo. You’ll find more in the long run.

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