The "Royal Venaria" of Amedeo di Castellamonte. In 1659 the grandiose project of the Duke Carlo Emanuele II came true by building a fixed abode for hunting (lett. Venatorial) in order to celebrate through the rituals of hunting the magnificence of the Duke.
The Rivoli Castle is a powerful baroque building that is part of a grandiose project begun in 1718 by the architect Filippo Juvarra on the request of Vittorio Amedeo II. The project was eventually taken up by the architect Carlo Randoni at the end of the 18th century but was left unfinished due to the Napoleonic invasion
The Castello is an ideal frame in which to display today's works of art, one which opens new and unexpected dialogues with the culture of the past. http://www.castellodirivoli.it