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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