The Council Chamber, as it appears today, with its extraordinary view on the lake, was mentioned in the inventories at the beginning of the century when the villa belonged to W.E.J. Kees as the Green Salon, due to the colour of the fabrics used for the furnishings.
The walls are characterized by decorations with pomegranates and vases, graffiti on the plaster in neo 15th century taste and candelabra frames on the jambs of the three doors of the room. This is where the large oval walnut table is placed, carved and inlaid in various essences. It was made by Lombard craftsmen and can be dated back to the first half of the 19th century. Because of its unusual typology and large size, it probably served as a study or library table.
CAPACITY: 15 seats
TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT: video projector | flipchart | projection screen
DIMENSIONS AND SURFACE: 9.10 m x 4.95 m (approx. 45 m2)