Plantag has done many projects at home and abroad. From small to huge, both indoors and outdoors. On this page you will find a random selection of our projects. We have worked with pleasure and passion on all projects.

The main hall of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg can accommodate approximately 2,100 spectators in a unique ambience. The audience is arranged on terraces around the stage to enjoy the wonderful acoustics of the hall which is suitable for concerts with large orchestras. An area of ​​6000 m2 for spectacular sound experience.

4200 kg of paint has been used on the interior acoustic wall. The ‘white skin’ consists more than 10,000 milled pieces and caps. This creates more than one million shells on this wall that reflect the sound in every corner in the very beautiful concert hall.

      Safety first. The PCG lacquers are developed with the utmost care and respect for people and environment. More and more architects are prescribing our lacquers because of the quality, compliance with environmental legislation, Working Conditions legislation and taking into account the health of the most vulnerable groups.

      The assignment for this nursery was, in addition to taking into account safety and health, to make the rooms inviting and child-friendly. We therefore rightfully say that our paint is suitable for surfaces for young and old. In our lacquers we combine practical matters with well-being.

      Exclusive exclusivity! Both for professionals and seasoned music lovers. Only 999 pieces made worldwide and then choosing for PCG stain and wax oil.

      A combination of the latest technology and exclusive materials for an incomparable musical experience. The wooden element was finished by the Möbelerlebnis Bommersbach company. The wood used is American cherry and beautifully finished with stain and 1k wax oil.

          Kasteel Stapelen in Boxtel, in the Dutch province of North Brabant, is known as a monastery and the headquarters of the Dutch Assumptionists and was built around the 13th century by a member of the Randerode family. The first mention dates back to 1293.

          PCG’s stains, oils and lacquers are increasingly being used to restore ancient floors. Similarly for this ancient castle. The 19th century wooden floors were sanded and treated with PCG Wax Oil for a matte finish of the solid oak wood. This gave the wood the lively grandeur that belongs to this special castle.

          In the Omega Museum in Biel, Switzerland, various exhibitions of the prestigious watch brand are presented on a wooden parquet floor that perfectly matches the timeless concept. The parquet floor was laid by the Swiss company Parkette. A company that only strives for the best quality. 800 m2 of solid wooden floorboards were processed with our products. The showpiece is an impressive hand-oiled wooden world map of approximately 100 m2, which was milled into the floor with the latest laser technology.