This unique venue is part of a XVII Century building in the art district of Brera, close to some of the most relevant Italian cultural institutions such as the Accademia, La Scala and the Strehler theatre. This functional space is well-managed and divided into three levels, but it respects the original structure of the building, creating a harmonic, light-filled environment. Like any gallery, this venue is primarily used for exhibitions, but its versatile structure and the cutting-edge event technology it employs make it an excellent location for all manners of private and corporate events as well. The building was entirely restored, and its ancient walls currently encase surprisingly modern interiors. Among its most distinctive features there are the barrel-vaulted basement and the large floor-to-ceiling window on the top floor, which floods the venue with natural light.