PL01 Invisible


    PL01 Invisible Floor is millimeter surface and elegance of materials.

    This patented system allows a quick, one-click, simple and renewable installation of varied metal finishes.

    Research and innovation combined with industrial know-how originate Planium surfaces, creating unique Floors and Wall coverings.

    All floor or wall Systems have an INNOVATIVE, FUNCTIONAL and RENEWABLE DESIGN. They allow fast dry installations, respecting the environment, with simple laying or with patented mechanical or one-click hooks between tile and tile, or also traditional installations with glue.

    Each tile is made of QUALITY materials. Their design was created to be functional, eco-friendly and sophisticated. Their millimeter thickness makes them lighter and easier to handle, even if they have a large size.



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  • PL01 Invisible

    PL01 Invisible

  • Design Group Italia

    The installation of Planium systems at the Milan Head Office of Design Group Italia has been renewed over time: the first installation was that of PL01 SYSTEM, loose-lay flooring with rear-lacquered glass finish alternating with smooth brushed steel. Later, on a Planium Raised System, 200 m² of STAINLESS STEEL tiles with "LINEN CLOTH" textures were laid. In a contiguous space, which is used as a showroom, the loose-lay flooring system SM02 EVOLUTION, CALAMINE finishing, 1,200x1,200 mm size, has been placed. The large dimensions lighten and renew all the space with the preciousness of this metal. The most unmistakable element: the angular screw.

  • Roadhouse Lumen

    CUSTOM coatings by Planium and lights by Elementi di Luceplan, together in an emotional path, in Florence a few years ago, at the inauguration of the new Lumen showroom in Via San Niccolò, 47rosso. The space was created to house temporary events for lighting professionals. The CALAMINE steel of the flooring, with dark and deep tones, creates a "night" environment, ideal for the presentation of the new collection of architectural lighting of Elementi di Luceplan.  The story of light and shadow, deep in the cobalt blue glow of the atmosphere light and in the dark, vibrant tones of Calamine, enhances the technical heads and modular features of the luminaires and finds large flow and appreciation from the visitors.

  • Espacio Aretha

    Espacio Aretha chose to employ and propose Planium with its flooring systems SM02 EVOLUTION and PL01 INVISIBLE, in size 600x1,200 mm and 1,200x1,200 mm. The systems feature metal finishes; the first one, in particular, highlights the detail of the angular screw, that gives an industrial touch to the surface. For its Head Office in Madrid, Espacio Aretha preferred Metal, recyclable element, in STAINLESS STEEL and CALAMINE finishes. BRUSHED STEEL, with its brilliance, guarantees perfect adaptability to any setting. With its natural elegance, it makes neat and clean all the space. Calamine is the finish that you do not expect: shades of gray, blue, copper, each slab is unique and unrepeatable. With the surface treatment of the waxing liquid, its color becomes shiny and more homogeneous.  

  • Scuola Grande della Misericordia

    The restoration of the magnificent Great School of Santa Maria della Misericordia in Venice, organized by Arch. Alberto Torsello, ended in 2016. This jewel of Venetian architecture, priceless heritage of art and sumptuous palace, was an incredible setting for one of Planium's most innovative flooring systems: PL01 INVISIBLE. The finish in CALAMINE, in large format tiles, 1,200x1,200 mm was laid totally dry, thanks to the patented hook system. The nuances of this metal range from gray to blue, to oil color. Surface oxidation, accelerated by the lagoon climate, has made these dark tones warmer and more coppery. The obtained aesthetic result enhances the whole space. The uniqueness of Calamine echoes the uniqueness of the place. In the first month of opening to the public 21 thousand people visited the halls of the building, walking on the Planium floors. In the project of the restoration of the School the Arch. Torsello has predicted that "the floor should be in the first place the frame of all that is the historical stratification of the Palace". The targeted choice was, therefore, perfectly scaled with the history and aesthetics of Misericordia and respectful of the Sansovino form. The metal plates have given an industrial look to the floor which, with a thickness of 4 mm, is non-deformable, thus also suitable for the vast public transit and the intended use of the historic building. Calamine also has the peculiarity of "living in time", changing its appearance in terms of light, humidity and use. This material, during the time the site was being built, is then matured in such a way as to become the historical memory of the building site itself. The ground floor was deliberately laid six months before the start of the other restorations, so as to be the background of the entire construction site and to start to "acquire time".  

  • Museo del Novecento

    1,000 m² divided into 15 rooms. A 360° experience that illustrates trends and contradictions, characters and movements. CALAMINE 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 ", (  

  • Simes Spa Showroom

    Once again Planium is partner of an extraordinary client, Simes Spa, with the realization of the flooring for its prestigious showroom: CALAMINE lay with PL01 INVISIBLE. Simes is Italian Lighting Design, precisely from Franciacorta, which extends around the world. Planium, actually also 100% Italian, is chosen for the conceptual similarities and proximity to the modern world, chasing innovation and design. The materials used always combine quality and modern technology, providing sustainable solutions that respect the environment; the beauty of the prestigious and elegant finishes is used to enhance any setting. In the showroom of Simes, lights, materials and contemporaneity can find placement and fulfillment, in a perfect harmony.

  • Nexion International Pvt Ltde Booth

    In the Nexion booth, CALAMINE and porcelain stoneware are put together, complementing each other in a set designed to emphasize elegance and originality. In the scenery of the refined show, singular pieces of art and design are distinguished, resonating with the exclusive originality. The 160 m² surface is covered with Planium flooring with a dark tinted Calamine finish, composed by the tiles of 600x1,200 mm size, loose-lay PL01 INVISIBLE system with a practical one-click hooking. Cersaie concludes with an attendance of 111,604 visitors and an increase of 4.7% compared to the 2016 edition. The prestigious booths are removed, sold back, the exhibition scene is released to leave room for new themed exhibitions. Planium remains: reversible and repositionable, the system is easily relocated to Nexion plants. The uniqueness of the finishing material, Calamine, will always be a scenario for new environments.

  • Megalithic Area Museum

    Located on the western outskirts of Aosta, the archaeological area next to the ancient church of Saint-Martin-de-Corléans from which it takes its name, was discovered in June 1969. On a surface that covers about one hectare there is one of the most interesting European archaeological sites. Museum complex was inaugurated on 24 June 2016, commissioned by the Autonomous Region of Valle d'Aosta, Department of Education and Culture, Superintendence for the Heritage and the Cultural Activities. The cultural journey is divided into six sections. These, distinguished by the background colors of the walls, that vary almost imperceptibly, have our PL01 INVISIBLE system on the floor, laid completely dry over a surface of over 1,000 square meters, with a CALAMINE finish, in 600x600 mm slabs. Calamine, with its dark and deep tones, completes and enhances the exhibition scenario. In the subsoil a grand environment opens up: the overall view is emotional, modulated by the lighting, that gradually changes with reference to the different hours of the day. Crossing the dimension of time, the light tones color the atmosphere, that surrounds the precious archaeological finds. Photo shoot granted free of charge by the Autonomous Region of Valle d'Aosta.  

  • DASA

    We would like to reserve a particular framing to CALAMINE, the absolute protagonist of some of the many excellent museum scenarios made by Planium up to now. Planium coats countless historical spaces with Calamine, making them even more evocative, highlighting the artistic and cultural heritage that they hold and preserve. Towards the end of 2017, work began on increasing the exhibition space at the DASA in Dortmund, a museum dedicated to man, work, technology and innovation linked to these issues. The new exhibition area will illustrate the 'Future of Work'. Once again, Planium was chosen to realize the floors in the hall. The Calamine finish, in dry laid tiles with the PL01 INVISIBLE system, with the over-sized 1,200x2,400 mm format, covers and enhances the environment. The innovation present in the dry laying system, reversible and one-click, the contemporaneousness of the Calamine finish, its recyclability, the industrial aesthetics it generates, perfectly integrate into the museum context.

  • Samsung

    Samsung for its IFA exhibition area has chosen our Planium flooring system, PL01 INVISIBLE. The IFA is one of the most important fairs in the world and one of the three most popular in Europe, with Mobile World Congress of Barcellona and CEBIT of Hannover. Founded in 1924, IFA is dedicated to consumer electronics; it takes place every year in Berlin between the end of August and the beginning of September. In CALAMINE finish, the modular plates with the 600x600 mm format of PL01 Invisible are totally reversible, therefore suitable to be used, as in this case, for exhibition booths. The reversibility is given by one-click hooks between tile and tile, easy to lock, in a quick dry installation, attentive to the future of the planet. The absence of glues and the recyclability of the Planium flooring materials are combined with the natural beauty of the surface finishes in a perfect combination.

  • Marsan for Helene Darroze

    The restaurant is called Marsan, as her place of origin, and is located on the Rive Gauche, an intellectual, artistic and bohemian quarter. Until the 1970s, the literary and creative life of Paris took place here. Today it is a very trendy and loved neighborhood. A pupil of Master Alain Ducasse, Hélène Darroze is a brilliant French chef, who has several restaurants around the world and two Michelin stars. On the occasion of the opening of the new Marsan project, in Rue d’Assas in Paris, the architect Patrice Gardera for the Gardera-D/Architecture studio, needed to add some floors, which represented a sure novelty in such an exclusive space. The choice fell immediately on Planium, with its systems easily positioned and applicable. In fact, PL01 INVISIBLE Floor allows immediate, one-click and, if necessary, reversible installation. The installation did not require the use of adhesives or silicones. Some simple cuts were made to finish the surface, in 600x600 plates. The millimetric thicknesses make even large-sized plates easy to handle. The surface is continuous, where there is no grout joints.In a context where order and cleanliness are decisive factors, the finish used is STAINLESS STEEL: eternal material, minimal maintenance and proven hygiene. Each plate is the result of constant research and innovation, combined with industrial know-how that accompanies every space design. Unique floors and walls are created, with an innovative, functional, renewable and ecological design. TGroup had already worked for the great French gastronomy during 2018. Here is our contribution to the genius of the French cuisine.  


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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