In a small square near the cathedral, several streets merged together. In the square there is a large sculpture of an artist named Pomodoro. In the 1970s, the palace was unique, with an earthquake-resistant structure, modular steel and large windows.
Although the structure of the building is still classical in order to maintain consistency with the style of the church behind, the modern glass curtain wall is attached to it, which feels very strange. The arc shape naturally extends from the road to the front of the small garden at the intersection, and the supporting steel frame is directly retained on the ground floor, making the building full of industrial atmosphere.