With Innovative 3D Digitization Techniques together with the craftsmanship of our sculptors, we reproduced and reconstructed the elements of the Baroque facade, which was destroyed during World War II, of one of Palermo's most important buildings in Piazza Bologni.
In the heart of Brussels a Luxury Events Space made entirely of Carrara marble, under the guidance of one of Belgium's most visionary architects. It was also a film set for the movie "The Pod Generation" starring Emilia Clark.
Designer Domenico Dolce chose us to design a Sicilian Baroque-style church and outdoor lounge at his private villa in Portofino, where Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker were married
In one of the most luxurious hotels in the world, in the middle of the Israeli desert, we made two Turkish baths out of Carrara marble with the walls entirely curved and warped backwards.
In the prestigious Cantalupa mansion, in one of the world's best restaurants, Da Vittorio, in the Bergamo area, we made the coverings, in fine marble and exclusive workmanship, of the marble bathrooms of the resort's rooms.
In Doha, at the Amiri Diwan presidential palace, accompanied by Ambassador protempore Guido De Sanctis, we handed over to the head of protocol of His Highness the Emir of Qatar, the state coat of arms, made with the use of precious marble, mother-of-pearl and gold, through the ancient and sophisticated technique of relief inlay.
Gaspare Cusenza founded CusenzaMarmi, an artisan company for the artistic working of marble, 50 years ago. In 2016 he was among only 75 Italian artisans to be included in the Golden Book of Italian Artisan Excellence, receiving the prestigious title of master of art in the presence of Head of State Sergio Mattarella.
In 2019, during the award ceremony of the 100 destinations of Italy, at Palazzo Madama, seat of the Senate, he received the title of virtuous ambassador of the territory.
In 2022 he received the Saturno award, for companies excellence in the territory.
Over the years he specialized in the creation of so-called "copies of antiquity," that is, works executed in the style of the 1600s, 1700s, 1800s.
From this interest comes the research and rediscovery of ancient techniques and materials that have fallen into disuse: he rediscovers jasper and the ancient yellow of Sicily, the "embodied" stone; he revisits and reworks the Sicilian Baroque especially in the use of polychrome inlay inside churches.
In the following years he hired young apprentices to pass on techniques and secrets of marble working, convinced that the difference lies precisely in the human value able to exploit new technologies to perfect his craftsmanship, with current taste, while maintaining the centrality of the human hand.
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