The Lucca Center of Contemporary Art (Lu.C.C.A.) is located inside Palazzo Boccella in the historic centre of Lucca, just a stone's throw from its famous Piazza del Anfiteatro. The museum is divided over five floors of the building, all connected by an elevator and a staircase in pietra serena. The museum space is designed on the precepts of innovation and practicality, with each room imagined as a white, aseptic container, adapted to receive any type of artwork or installation.
The eight exhibit rooms are articulated over the first and second floors, with modern and contemporary art displays tailored specifically to sculpture, decorative and industrial arts, video art, and photography, while the lower floors offer activities for young, developing artists. The museum also includes lounge areas with a caffetteria, bookshop, video-art room and an educational-recreational area for children.