SICIS is installing mosaics across the interior walls and vaulted ceilings of the historic Sri Mariamman Temple in Bangkok, which is the largest Hindu shrine in the world outside of India.
Taking years to complete, these mosaics are carefully designed to be precise copies of the original frescoes that have been slowly degrading over the years.
These replacements will have a significantly longer lifespan, allowing the temple to endure for the future.
To ensure the mosaics would be identical to the original artworks, artists created replica paintings that could be transported to the company's laboratories in Ravenna, northern Italy.
There, more than 80 SICIS mosaic artists have worked together to precisely color match every shape and detail, using tesserae made from gold and Murano glass.