Renzo Buttazzo

Thanks to extensive research and experimentation on stone from Lecce, Renzo Buttazzo managed to transform this material, with innovation and artisan's knowledge, making it one-of-a-kind and creating a unique style, now recognized worldwide. In his design and sculpture works, one can perceive the unique execution and special quality of the stone, beyond that sense of lightness and smoothness typical of his creations. His works, made in limited numbers, can be reproduced in specific sizes, suitable for all types of housing decor needs.

Renzo Buttazzo

From 8 am to 8 pm, by appointment (telephone)
Cavallino, LE, Italia - +39 348 6932768 - http://www.renzobuttazzo.it

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Decorative Arts
Stone

La pietra ollare

Of the old traditional activities in Bassaì Bregaglia, a prominent place is occupied by the crafting of soapstone. Roberto Lucchinetti has taken this ancient art and, in addition to laveggi, pots which have been in existence since 70 AD, he makes chalices, furagn (lidded containers used to store food), coffee services, vessels and ‘pigne’, stoves […]

Piuro (SO)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Società Cooperativa Artieri Alabastro

The Cooperativa Artieri Alabastro di Volterra (Volterra Alabaster Craftsmen Cooperative) was formed back in 1895, bringing together the most skilled craftsmen in the industry since its inception. And today it is the only structure that can boast the best existing workforce in the world of alabaster. Numerous and important are the national and international reviews […]

Via Padre Eugenio Barsanti, 28 - Volterra (PI)

Decorative Arts
Stone

F.lli Ferrari

Soapstone is a ductile and malleable rock found in deposits above 1,300 meters. This grey-whitish colored rock is the ideal material for the construction of stone stoves. Fabrizio and Claudio carry on this tradition deeply rooted in the Val d’Aosta region and practiced since the 1700s, by using the processing techniques they learnt from their […]

Pont-saint-martin (AO)

Decorative Arts
Stone

Pitti Mosaici

Pitti Mosaici was started by Ilio de Filippis who, after having trained at his father’s marble workshop in Venafro, near Isernia, opened his own place in Florence in the early eighties. Ilio is one of the few remaining artisans who still practices the age-old Florentine art of semi-precious stone mosaic-making. Over the years, many young […]

Firenze