Pietrasanta. A quaint little town in Tuscany serving not only as a divider between the Apuan Alps and the Mediterranean but also as a bastion of arts and craftsmanship. The town is a hub for marble sculptors, drawing masters from around the world who want to walk in the footsteps of Michelangelo, who personally came here, and to Seravezza to choose his marble blocks extracted from the Apuan Alps. Today, the abilities and know-how of working with marble and other stones and minerals are still passed down verbally from master to novice.
Here, among artists and artisans, we have our workshop, where all MarmoMarmo creations come to life. The workshop is family-driven, and we like to believe that marble runs in the veins of this talented group of people who have devoted their lives to continue the traditions of marble manufacturing.
The process starts with sourcing just the right block of marble. Size, color, veining, and structure is taking into consideration before the block is being transported to the workshop.
When the solid blocks of marble enter the workshop, they are cut, processed, and finished within the perimeter of the workshop before being packed in hand-built crates in shipped to your doorstep.