Operating as a Study and Research Centre for three generations, since 1994 it also developed as an artistic laboratory of design and craftsmanship under the name "Principessa Valentina" in honor of Valentina Visconti, daughter of Gian Galeazzo, Duke of Milan. The charming Medieval princess, wife of Louis de Valois brother of the King of France, Charles VI, and Domina of Asti from 25 to 30 June 1389 stayed right in the palace of the Laboratory, where you can still visit the Roman ruins, the medieval hall, or climb to the upper floors to relive the emotions of the past. Supplier of the Italian Federation of Historical Games, the Asti Palio, the Principality of Monaco, Noto Barocca, just to name a few, Principessa Valentina has exported her products in some of the most beautiful Italian and foreign cities: Florence, Milan, Pavia, Venice , Rome, Taormina, Caserta, Ragusa, Iglesias, Palmanova, Paris, Amboise, Blois, Monaco, Munich, Koln, Sidney, Salzburg, Miami, New York, Madrid, Cairo, Beijing, Dubai ... She collaborated with cinema, television, RAI, Mediaset, NHK, SKY, LA7, BBC, CNN, with famous international directors and theater companies, as well as with inspectorates and ministries, cultural associations, institutions, castles, stately homes, historic groups, schools, local governments, provincial and regional tourist associations, travel agencies, restaurants, museums, chivalric and military orders, nobles and private people.