"The Quirinale is one of the main places where the life of the Italian Republic occurs. The visit of the palace leads to discovery a priceless patrimony of arts, history and culture, expression of hard work, creativity and talent of the Italians; it both allows to know the place where the President of the Republic carries out its functions, meets the highest office people of the Italian state, other states and international organizations spokespersons, leading figures of civil society, and citizens. The Quirinale is a lively Palace vital to our democracy, protagonist of the country's history, as such fully represents the house of the Italians”."
The President Sergio Mattarella, February 2015

The Quirinal Palace is the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic and one of the symbols of the Italian State. The palace has been built starting from 1583, and it is one of the most important buildings in the capital, both by a political and artistic point of view. Great masters of Italian art worked on its construction and decoration: Pietro da Cortona, Domenico Fontana, Alessandro Specchi, Ferdinando Fuga, Carlo Maderno, Giovanni Paolo Pannini and Guido Reni.Today it also houses a large fragment of the affresco by Melozzo da Forli. Sabiana supplied Carisma CRC fan coils, that meets today’s demanding requirements of performance, size, acoustics, low energy, ease of installation and maintenance.