Entering from the main entrance of the Villa there's the sunny gallery, originally opened and connected with the garden. Around the '40s, it was closed with window glasses which today it is still possible to admire.
On the door which from the atrium leads to the gallery there are three plywood panels painted on two sides by the artist Giuseppe Biasi: on a side of the central panel a bride and a groom are represented, while the back side is decorated with flowers on a golden background. The lateral panels are enhanced by floral motifs and golden surfaces.
The artist has also realized the big painting located on the right wall of the atrium, entitled “Ritratto di famiglia”, depicting the four daughters of the baroness Josefina Racca Arborio Mella di Sant'Elia, owner of the Villa: Felicita, Rosanna, Renata and Fernanda.
At the left of the painting there is an harmonious glass window with blue and yellow geometric drawings which shades the little service staircase.
At the right of the painting there is a mighty wooden door which resembles the main entrance of the ancient Villa.