In the Conference Room designed as a library and a concert room, given the excellent
acoustics, we see frescoes of Francesco Cozza (1605-82): the triumph of Wisdom, her virtues, the arts, Greek philosophy. The tiara recalls the joy of the Family in claiming a Pope.
The laurel leaf decorations on painted columns remind one that this was a library and a room of study. The wooden decorations with the Pamphilj coat-of-arms can also be seen.
The floor is made of authentic Tuscan “terra cotta” tiles of the same period.