From fine to extensive painting works, new construction, renovation or restoration? For painting company General Painting, no building is too big or too small. Specializing in authentic techniques and materials, General Painting, with their years of expertise and craftsmanship, realizes the most beautiful and inspiring high-end projects.
Since 1967, every job has been completed with exceptionally meticulous workmanship and with a passion for originality and thorough knowledge. The expertise of the Antwerp painting company goes far beyond general painting work. Fine painting, the use of authentic materials and skills such as caulking, lime painting and stucco techniques are in General Painting’s fingers. In their own studio, they handle all paint work of interiors and architectural elements to be restored. No technique is foreign to them, striving for continuous perfection remains the goal. The fine painters also hold innovation in high regard. Therein, according to the business owners, lies “the love and passion for the business.
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Thanks to good agreements and the deployment of a specialized team, in-house, General Painting takes into account unforeseen circumstances and guarantees quick and smart solutions. Respecting privacy, the experienced professionals offer the right answer tailored to the client’s needs. Punctual planning ensures that everything always runs smoothly.
That the no-nonsense approach works is evidenced by the numerous unique and exceptional projects that General Painting, in conjunction with renowned architects and interior designers, have to their credit. A recent example? Top Belgian designer and art dealer Axel Vervoordt and Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki joined forces to design the reception and ground floor of
to establish the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (M HKA). For this impressive metamorphosis, they called on General Painting. Another example is the restoration of Dries Van Noten’s Fashion Palace, located in the beautiful 19th-century neo-Baroque building at the corner of Nationalestraat and Kammenstraat in Antwerp. Finally, numerous magnificent residential homes complete General Painting’s list.
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