The Coffee House The Royal Gardens Coffee House Pavilion

The Coffee House is an elegant pavilion designed by Lorenzo Santi between 1815 and 1817, situated in the southwest corner of the Royal Gardens. Its architecture is simple, consisting in a parallelepiped block of Istrian stone decorated and perforated in “neoclassical” style, and a central cupola. The building urgently needs restoration: there are leaks in the roof of the cupola; the stone is badly damaged. The project will consist in restoring the building, connecting it to the Greenhouse and modernizing technological features and systems, thereby allowing it to serve the function for which it was built.