An example of the majesty of the liberty.
It was built between 1903 and 1906 by architect Afredo Campanini. The entrance is characterized by concrete caryatics, created by the sculptor Michele Vedani. The wrought iron entrance gate is a shining example of liberty and incorporates the floral motifs that are found inside the building and in the perfectly preserved friezes and frescoes. Worthy of note is the ceiling of the courtyard portico, in which the floral theme of the liberty is enriched with drawings of bunches of red cherries and a chandelier in wrought iron.