In a house of musicians the “work lounge” indicated in the documents can only be the Music room. The symbolic centrepiece is the Steinway & Sons piano, bought by Giacomo Puccini in the Spring of 1901, certainly the most important among the many pianos owned by the composer for both its quality and the fact that it has maintained Its original features intact. On this piano Puccini composed much of his music, but especially the last opera, Turandot.
He is surrounded by his ancestors: the Puccini dynasty is narrated by the family tree, and by the portraits of Giacomo senior and his wife Angela Piccinini, Antonio and the plaster bust of Michele, the father of Giacomo.
The decoration of the walls, in tempera, in Art Deco style with floral and geometric motifs of oriental inspiration, made by craftsmen from Lucca, dates back to the first decade of the 20th century.