- the buildings
- step up the stairs for choreographies
- Lucio Fontana’s neon light
Get inspired: they’re on Instagram: @museodel900
The Arengario Palace is actually made of two buildings firmly opposing the frills adorning the Cathedral. Although both the Cathedral and the Arengario Palace are both built in marble of Candoglia, the difference between the two is quite neat.
Designed in 1937 , the two Arengario towers are right in front of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, whose entrance stands directly opposite.
You may probably consider the side stairs of what has now become the Museum of the Twentieth Century for possible choreographic pictures.
Enter the museum and look at the beautiful works preserved there: for example the particular neon light by Lucio Fontana, to mention one, a 130 metres arabesque of light hanging on Arengario top floor and also visible from Piazza Duomo at night.
Wikipedia: Palazzo dell’Arengario
Official website: Museo del Novecento