Trellis Terrace

The summer terrace on the roof aligns with the palace’s great halls. It is designed to remind a pleasure garden architecture of the XVIII century. The vast room of the “open floor” is arranged by treillage walls to create a number of cozy corners among which the fountains are bickering and the marble statues are installed. There are hydrangeas, roses and bullis vine. The passages are organized as alleys with orange trees in tubs.