The rooms of the former Bocelli Officine for mechanics, those spaces that the family
purchased in 1867 (previously used as a tavern) and where their descendants started
businesses in carpentry and, later, in mechanics and commerce, are now going to house a
multifunctional space celebrating, in a 360-degree perspective, from art to food and
wine, that farming civilization from which Andrea Bocelli hails and with which he
strongly identifies. The premises on the upper floor, used as a display area for more than
half a century – and for four generations – were actually the Casa dei Bocelli, the family
residence since 1919.