AC02 Stick-on

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  • AC02 Stick-on

    AC02 Stick-on

  • AC02 Stick-on

    AC02 Stick-on

  • AC02 Stick-on

    AC02 Stick-on

  • AC02 Stick-on

    AC02 Stick-on

  • Museo del Novecento

    1,000 sqm divided into 15 rooms. A 360° experience that illustrates trends and contradictions, characters and movements. CALAMINA steel becomes ideal dark scenery, deep for the works of art. The chosen material exalts the essence and gives order to the environment. The intense note of the Calamine finish is elegant, versatile. The tiles were installed with PL01 INVISIBLE with one-click hooking. No footstep noise, thanks to the rubber base, maximum comfort during the museum walk even in case of considerable crowding. Planium also manufactured special pieces for the museum: panels and display walls, floor access ramps and foyer counter tops, informative totem surfaces and “sound showers” with laser technology cut, according to the specific project. The museum is an example of effective and virtuous design with a decidedly contemporary impression in the context of a prestigious historic building. The exhibition design characterizes the exhibition path as a suspended space, a reality other than the context. "Two volumes carved in calamine, from the inside colored to bright colors, transport the viewer inside the Museum, mediating the historical spatiality of the Hospital with the succession of rooms in the Museum. This seems to float on the historical space, superimposing its succession of dark and shiny geometries to the candid space of the building. The floor is a continuous mantle of metal that visually supports the exhibition, giving continuity and giving that typically twentieth-century character, that goes well with a collection that ranges from Vedova to Morandi, from Guttuso to De Chirico. The display panels, also in calamine, are configured as free partition walls of the same materiality of the support, from which they are born: they are fixed in relationship with the floor or the sides depending on vertical surfaces. they do not limit the works, but they try to put them in visual relation the one with the others, to create a visual correspondence between groups of works ... the effect of the metal surfaces creates a suspended, rarefied atmosphere, introduced and concluded by strongly colored elements ", ( Photo 1-8 by Pietro Savorelli.

  • Palazzo della Signoria

    Since 2014 the Ticket Office of Palazzo della Signoria in Florence has a new aesthetics. The CALAMINE slab coating is installed on the walls behind the desks with the AC02 STICK-ON system. Each lot of Calamine is unique in its chromatic nuances. In this case, the large dimensions of the plates reveal the darkened anthracite tones of blue. The foyer of the Roman Theater under Palazzo Vecchio and the new layout of the archaeological excavations were inaugurated shortly after the Planium installation.  Client Municipality of Florence - Technical Services Department

  • N@T Natural Touch

    Between August and September of the past year 2020, in the city of Piacenza Planium realized the idea of creating a shop of beauty products using the properties and potential of Calamine, an oxide born from the hot rolling of the steel, that owns enviable chromatic shades. Air Force Blue, Anthracite Gray, even Magenta Red are among its colors, with a very dark overall predominance that gives a "nocturnal" connotation to the whole. For this project, Calamine was installed both on the floor and as a wall covering, creating a truly remarkable optical effect with this double choice. Architect Micaela Pisaroni is responsible for the architectural project; it is a total of 40 m² at 142, Corso Vittorio Emanuele. For the installation it is essential to specify that two different systems have been used; Calamine has been installed on the floor with MG01 Magnetic Floor, a totally dry magnetic system that allows a great saving of time due to its speed and allows it to be installed even on pre-existing floors; on the wall, on the other hand, the metal with multiple streaks was laid with AC01 Stick-On, to allow an unusual and in some ways original use of the Calamine wall. The choice of Calamine does not seem random at all: it is in fact a texture that perfectly matches the Interior context that is created in the salon, so much so that at a glance a superb contrast dominates between its shadowy tones and those " sparkling” ones of the wall lights that pass through the cuts with a rigorous geometric connotation. "The project stems from the desire to transform the small architectural volume" - write Arch. Michela Pisaroni - "with its essential and rigorous shape, into an elegant container in which the leitmotiv of black&white contaminates all the architectural and furnishing elements, specially designed for N@T.The use of natural materials, metal, wood, lava stone and glass, binds the various elements, with a game of references to the theme of essentiality and simplicity, which, quoting Coco Chanel, is always synonymous with elegance." The Calamine slabs are 300x1,200x2 mm in size; after being laid, Calamine has been waxed: this allows the flooring to be more durable and resistant even to any external atmospheric phenomena, therefore a strong tendency towards preservation, and on an aesthetic level this treatment gives the color more strength and more shine.The scenic effect is truly captivating.

  • Moscova 33

    The Set of a New Beginning… Once via Santa Teresa, via Moskva owes its name to Napoleon Bonaparte, who wanted to remember the courage of the Italian soldiers during the battles in 1812. The Moskva is the river that crosses the Russian capital.At number 33 of one of the most historic streets in Milan we retrace what it once was. Like many other stately buildings, the palace had a large internal courtyard with a portico. Here silk merchants and artisans gathered to discuss and negotiate prices, evaluate products and organize deliveries.Starting from the years of the economic boom of the Second World War, it became the exclusive center of financial services. In a phase of total renovation of the area and environments, Planium is called upon to provide a totally customized project for the large entrance area. It is a new space of over 2,000 square meters for retail, 18,000 square meters for offices, 6 floors in a high-tech, efficient and flexible context, where you can enjoy an incredible view of the city. The key material for the renovation of this building with multifunctional courtyards is metal, which our company has known and worked on for over 50 years. For this project, rectangular panels of various sizes were created and aligned with precision; they have been accurately fixed vertically and horizontally. The Calamine composition was interspersed with joints with a specially designed and specially dedicated wall bracket.Calamine steel represents an exceptional finish in terms of versatility and aesthetic appeal: the blue tones at various levels, the more gray ones that arrive in dark colors meet warm, golden flames.The final application of the waxing treatment ensured intensity and depth to the changeability of Calamine.The lobbies, illuminated by natural light, are thus covered with all the Planium elegance.


Polimoda in Florence inaugurates the new headquarters in the Clock Building of the Manifattura Tabacchi ("Tobacco Factory").The choice to coat the floors with Planium Calamine was made in accordance with this idea...


A specialized team will be able to study and realize ad hoc projects or work side by side in co-design to the client who wishes it.


...The ceiling of the great hall is designed with 3000 three-dimensional metal waves in different shades of silver and gold, shaped by the italian company Planium Srl...



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