The clearance of all these rooms made it possible to restore the building to its original layout, also recognising their original use in relation to their position. Once the restoration of the structural part of the building’s exterior was completed, the other decorative parts of the building were restored over the following years until almost the end of 2000, with particular attention paid to the original stuccoes, found to be still intact in the
on the upper floors, which were fortunately preserved because they were hidden by the period false ceilings.At the end of the 1990s, a major construction project began in the
, with the recovery of the baroque stuccoes and decorations, which were in a state of decay. The main focus was on the restoration of the mosaic surfaces and sculptural stone elements.