Do you know that house that is always under renovation? We are like this.
At Suvinil, we are always looking for the next step, that improvement that will make all the
difference. Even because we understand that people change and their desires too. So, nothing
more coherent than being always on the move.
This feeling is what marked the 1980s, when two important novelties emerged: the first floor
paint, Suvinil Piso. So technological and resistant that it is part of our lives until today. And also
Suvinil Acrylic, a real revolution for the time because it is more durable, resistant, washable
and still gives shine to the walls. Such a success that it is still one of the highlights of our
São Paulo Art Museum (MASP) painted and restored with Suvinil products.
Paulo Machado de Carvalho Municipal Stadium (Pacaembu stadium) painted and restored with
The Brazilianness that transforms
We are a Brazilian brand and we are very proud of it. And like every Brazilian, at that time we
also surrendered to one of the main national passions, football.
We were next to big clubs, such as Santos Futebol Clube, Sport Club Corinthians Paulista and
Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras.
We also understand that preserving our memory is reliving stories and introducing them to
new generations. That’s why, in the 1980s and 1990s, we painted and restored our country’s
historical landmarks, such as the Pacaembu Stadium, MASP, centenary buildings in Fernando
de Noronha and also the iconic Museum of Tomorrow.