|Address:||Santa Croce 161|
|Current use:||touristical, hotel, private|
The palace has an open stairway in the courtyard, which seems to be heavily restored. Modifications made to the courtyard walls are obvious. The loggia with arches of 5th order is well conserved. Despite the small building area, a traditional tripartite façade was created, but the lateral wings only have a width of one window axis. An adjacent renaissance building on the left belongs to the palace.
The palace was property of Andrea Odoni, painted by Lorenzo Lotto. According to Tassini the façade once had frescoes by Girolamo da Trevigi.
© 1999-2007 J.-Ch. Rößler
Venice architecture - palaces