In this section, the archive brings the valuable treasures in its vaults back to life, with documents speaking directly to the visitor-reader. The people who made history are also introduced, with personal profiles stitched together by patient and painstaking research through lovingly preserved historical documents.
“In order to maintain the Company’s Italian appearance and make it more acceptable in Italy”, is how Daniele Francesconi, Secretary...read more
There is no shortage of valuable first-hand accounts in Generali’s Historical Archive, written by the people who made the company...read more
Frugal, foresighted and open-minded, Masino Levi (Ferrara 1795 – Trieste 1879) personified the age-old spirit of Generali in everything he...read more
The neighbourhoods constructed under the INA-Casa Plan (1949-1963), during the post-war reconstruction years, remain an unrivalled example of residential popular...read more
In 1935 the Istituto Nazionale delle Assicurazioni (INA) bought the complex bounded by Piazza Barberini, Via Vittorio Veneto, Via dei...read more
In an archive with a Middle European character, German Gothic documents are a must. The minutes of top corporate management...read more
Eagles, bulls and lions but also pine cones, pears and flowers, and even stairs, castles, arrows, swords and hats up...read more