Named Biora Air, the paints absorb and neutralise aldehyde pollutants such as formaldehydes from interior spaces.
According to Teknos, air contaminants are odourless, which makes them difficult for residents to detect before noticing health effects, such as irritation to the eyes, nose, throat and skin.
Depending on the concentration of aldehydes and the size of the space, surfaces painted with Biora Air paints can purify air for "five to 10 years".
"Indoor air is polluted by many sources, such as the outside air, building materials and furniture," said Teknos. "Impurities that can be found include volatile organic compounds (VOCs), small particles or harmful microbes such as mould."
Throughout Villa Lippa, a modern house located in Lohja, Finland, Biora Air paints were used on walls and ceilings to give a sophisticated matt finish while also purifying the air.
"Paints have become increasingly functional and can affect living comfort and health," said Heli Virtanen, interior designer for Villa Lippa. "The less formaldehyde there is in indoor air, the cleaner and healthier homes or public spaces are for people to enjoy."
"This new paint was a natural choice for Villa Lippa as it is designed for maximum wellbeing of its residents."
The house's wooden surfaces were also treated with Teknos' Helo Solana Wax, which provides UV protection and preserves the natural tone of the timber.
In the bedrooms, the Biora Air paint was tinted to Teknos' Colour Your Story colour collection shades of soothing white and grey.
"The surrounding nature of Villa Lippa is very beautiful and calm," said Virtanen. "I wanted to bring the same feeling inside the house."
"The natural and peaceful whole is made from durable, genuine high-quality materials and timeless design."
Teknos is a coatings company based in Finland, which supplies a wide range of paints and coatings to the manufacturing industry, building professionals and consumers.
To view the Biora Air paint collection, visit Teknos' website.
Photography is by Joonas Finer.
This article was written by Dezeen for Teknos as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.