Salone Delle Fontane

Salone delle Fontane

The entrance, scenically enriched with fountains decorated with mosaics, granite staircases, colonnade and well-tended gardens, introduces this monumental work of architecture designed by architect Gaetano Minnucci in the early '40s on the occasion of the Universal Exposition scheduled for 1942 as an expression of Italian Rationalism, an architectural current that developed in Italy in the twenties and thirties of the 20th century. The Salone Severini is the most representative area of the structure - an elegant and extremely spacious room, given refinement by Carrara marble floors and columns.


“A place full of art, which will make you spend evenings, in an Ancient/Modern setting, with picturesque paintings painted on panels.”
— Rome Information