Maddalena's salons

Going up from the first to the second “noble” floor, you skip a century passing from a 17th-century residence to one strongly marked by the “new” 18th-century taste with which Maddalena Doria, wife of Nicolò Spinola who would give his name to the building, characterized the sequence of lounges that compose it in a renovation which went on from 1734 to 1736.

Thanks to Natali the hall, while retaining the original Tavarone fresco commissioned by the Grimaldi, takes on a more graceful overall appearance, as do the other salons on the floor, with precious golden furnishings, the lively colours and the oriental porcelains contributing to the effect. This has its climax in the elegant gallery of mirrors created by Lorenzo De Ferrari creating a rich decoration with an amazing balance between