Palazzo Costa Carrù the Trinity was designed by Count Ignazio Birago Borgaro in 1781 on a plan of 1769. Baroque elements can be traced in the hall and, in part, in the internal.
In rectangular courtyard of the Palace, limited at the bottom by a high wall with a closed portal, some imposing stone sculptures are located ,
Untitled, by refined aesthetic rigor, Nunzio,
a pair of large marble sculptures by Fabio Viale, Goodbye and thank you,
and the installation of Alessandro Sciaraffa, Speaker Moon / Voices reflected on the Moon.
In the fine structure of the court, it is creating a dialectical opposition between the silent presence of suggestive plastic forms and the technological dimension of a structure full of mysterious resonances spacetime. In the entrance porch it is placed an unprecedented elevator, Forced Conduct, Michele Guaschino.