Have you ever dreamt with your eyes wide open? Now you can, thanks to Genesis. After a successful stint in Europe, the event of the year has finally made its way to Italy, and will be held in the beautiful Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster in Milan.
Prepare to be captivated by a 30-minute, four-part journey through the elements of light, water, earth, and plants, representing the first three days of creation in "Genesis." You'll be completely immersed in a lesser-known architectural masterpiece from the 16th century.
This venue was the house of the Cardinal Ildefonso Schuster, Archbishop of Milan from 1926 to 1954.This building, hidden among the narrow streets of the center, houses two magnificent 16th-century cloisters: the Trivulziano Cloister and the Pio XII Hall. The latter is the former cloister of the convent of the adjacent church of Sant'Antonio Abate. After the war it was covered over to become a canteen, but today it is donated to the State University and used as a lecture hall for history and philosophy courses. It is an enchanting place, hidden in the heart of the city, which deserves a visit to admire its beauty.