Calicchia Gallery Studio

722 Literary Rd., Cleveland, OH 44113 | +1.216.402.2009
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A vortex of design

Calicchia Sculpture & Design Studios

Timeless techniques of the ancient world integrated with modern technology.

Calicchia Sculpture & Design Studios is a full production studio specializing in sculpture, public art and design. Founded by Giancarlo Calicchia artist, master sculptor and founder of Calicchia Stone Industries Inc. (one of the largest architectural stone suppliers, designer and installers in the country, with offices and fabrication facilities in Cleveland, Verona, Carrara, Italy and Caracas, Venezuela.) Giancarlo completed major landmark projects in Tower City, Ritz Carleton, Hanna Building and many more throughout the world.

 

Calicchia Studio's recently completed all the design and artwork in Ginko Sushi Restaurant, in Cleveland, Ohio in 2012. With features such as a unique one of a kind "Falling Waterfall" sushi bar, a 40 foot brightly colored cast glass wall and many other beautiful design details making this small and unique restaurant an interior design treasure.

 

In January 2010 Calicchia Studios completed a restoration and conversion of a 1920’s Neo-Classical bank building into a high-end restaurant Dante, designing the interior and creating artwork that includes a 16 by 12 foot wall mosaic made of stone, cast glass, bone and ceramics. This project also included chandeliers, wall sconces and stained glass doors.

 

 

Giancarlo Calicchia recently finished a project designing and installing a series of granite sculptures placed on a ½ acre sculpture garden at Kent State University campus in Kent, Ohio. The Public Artworks titled “The Witnesses” are made up of 5 massive granite pieces.

On June, 2011, another public art commission at the University of Miami in Oxford, Ohio was installed. The sculpture is a 26 foot long 7 foot high glass screen titled “The Screens of Afflatus” These 2 screens will be the focal point and icon for Miami University’s new Laws Hall Library.

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