Designed in 1915 by architect Carlo Angelo Ceresa to house the new headquarters of the Cassa di Risparmio, the Palazzo della Luce is inspired by the monumental style of the late 19th century with a superb façade of Juvarra inspiration, similar to the one of Palazzo Madama. A majestic marble staircase, an example of the Neo-baroque architecture, brings to the large room, on the first floor, with a vaulted ceiling and stucco rosettes. Originally, a setting for public and private celebrations by residents, it has returned to its original splendour after careful restoration and enhancement.
Construction Year: 1900
Year of last refurbishment: 2015
Via Bertola 40, 10100 Torino (TO)

45.0715647, 7.677129

Languages spoken by staff: ENGLISH, ITALIAN
Director of Conferences: PATRIZIA REVIGLIO
Period Open: Annual
Distance from airport in kilometres: 20,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 10,0
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 1,0
Nearest public transport available: M1,13,56,72
Distance from town centre : 100 m
Display area size
Covered display area (mq): 210,0
Internal conference areas available
Total Number of Rooms: 1
Total Capacity of the Rooms: 220
Maximum number of seats in the largest room: 220
Common areas of the conference area
Counter for registering participants: Yes
Unsupervised cloakroom: Yes
Press room: Yes


Total Number of Seats: 220
Total Number Standing: 250
Surface area (m2): 210,00
Length (m): 21,00
Width (m): 10,00
Ceiling Height (m): 14,00
Capacity with Horseshoe Table: 120
Capacity with School-Type Desks: 150
Capacity Theatre: 220
Capacity with Central Table: 90
Capacity with Round Table: 180
Capacity for Cocktail Party: 250
Type of Chairs: chairs
Type of Table for Speakers: mobile
Type of Room: modular
Number of Seats at the Speakers' Table: 10
General services of room: Disabled access, Fire-fighting devices, Sound-proofing, Natural daylight, Black-out, Exhibiting possibility, Emergency exits
Audio equipment: Audio recording, Amplification system, Microphones, Microphone on speakers’table
Video equipment: System of video recording, Frame-screen, Powered screen
Computer and telecom equipment: Internet access corner