Palazzo della Meridiana
Palazzo della Meridiana is one of the “Palazzi dei Rolli“, a system of 42 Genoese buildings that in 2006 became a Unesco World Heritage Site. It has undergone long and thorough conservative restoration work and now has rooms outfitted specifically for receptions - up to 500 sitting people, exhibitions, meetings and events. These include the art nouveau rooms designed by G. Coppedè, and the great hall with its large frescoes by Luca Cambiaso.
A proof of genoese architecture and design
The building is one of the earliest and most significant examples of Genoese architectural renewal, takes its name from the solar clock designed on its facade, which also gives its name to the square below, just at the corner with the magnificent Via Garibaldi.
Outdoor event spaces
Of particular interest is the garden on the north side of the building, with an independent entrance, which overlooks three rooms on the fourth floor; an ideal setting for refreshments and cocktails.