The eighteenth-century villa dei signori di Conzano, superimposed on a 15th-century original plant, in the highest part of the town. Still unknown is the designer of the opera of the eighteenth century, but 19th-century epistolary exchange between Carlo Vidua and renowned architect Luigi Canina casalese lets assume its intervention on the factory. Much of the charm of the building is characterized by the presence of façade lodges. The villa interiors are rich in frescoes, crafted largely by Antonio Ivaldi of Acqui, Muto said. Great value and charm are the Oriental setting scenes in "Chinese".