Sis.Ter decided to believe in Imola’s historic center and to take a meaningful choice: to transfer their own headquarters in the heart of the city. The work is the true beating heart of urban activities and being against recent trends that wants to decentralize companies, Sis.Ter set up its offices in Via Emilia, 69. Sassatelli Monsignani Palace is living a new spring: Sis.Ter is actively part of it.
Sassatelli Monsignani Palace preserves an elegant portico with sandstone columns on two sides of the honor courtyard. Capitals of these columns are carved with coat-of-arms of Giovanni Sassatelli called “Cagnaccio”. At the first floor, on the west side of the courtyard, there is an elegant round-arched loggia with Corinthian capitals and on the top a crowning in terracotta. Many rooms still retain decorations painted by various painters such as Giacomo Succi, Angelo Gottarelli, and Antonio Villa.