The front of the Villa, with a clear neoclassical style, extends over 60 meters in length. In front of it, like a large semi-circular terrace, there is the "Rotonda", a 3,000-square-meter garden at the top of the hill.
The Hall of the Masks
Entrance door of the Villa, the Hall of the Masks preserves inside the neoclassical frescoes and the original forniture, typical example of Napoleonic "First Consulate" style. This richly decorated room can also be used for the celebration of civil marriage.
A unique space of 220 square meters, the Chorus Hall is the upper part of the former internal church of the Monastery, decorated with the cycle of frescoes painted by Bernardino Luini and his school in 1520 onwards. Internal church was suppressed after 1798 and trasformed in a granary but still keeps the atmosphere of Renaissance and incredible colours.
In the Chorus Hall, the nine-meter high arabesques of the ceiling stands above the spectators and put them in a unique setting, even in the evening and at night.
Once the heart of religious life in the monastery, the Cloister now is an internal courtyard of 1000 square meters, with a covered arcade of 400 square meters going all around on 4 sides.
Pollack opened 6 big arches in neoclassical style and realized a series of 24 rectangular window. In case of rain or uncertain weather, the covered part of cloister can contain over 300 people.
The Limonera, or Lemon Trees Room, is the space obtained on the ground floor of the internal church of monastery, suppressed in 1798: 180 square meters divided by two rows of large columns. Ideal for dancing until late at night, during winter Limonera is linked with one side of the Cloister, that can be heated: this way you have a unique space of 300 square meters.
Thanks to the colored Led lighting, it is possible to obtain particular chromatic effects on the perimeter walls of the Limonera