(active 16th century in Venice)

Palazzo Albrizzi

Rio di San Cassiano, Venice

This palace, built in the 16th century in Venetian Gothic style, overlooks the canal San Cassiano at the Ponte delle Tette. On the façade there is a three-mullioned central arched window, flanked by pairs of single lancet windows with projecting stone cornices which act as a small roof.

Between 1690 and 1710 the interior space was totally redefined with an excessive use of decoration and stucco-work, which makes the palace one of the most ostentatious in Venice.

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