|Date:||2nd half 17th century|
|Architect:||ambient of Domenico Rossi|
|Address:||San Marco 3830|
The attribution to a follower of Domenico Rossi can be verified by comparing this building with Palazzo Maffetti Tiepolo in Campo San Polo. Admittetly, the second floor with corinthian capitals (above a tuscan ground floor and a ionic piano nobile) and no arches does not fit entirely the classical venetian façade scheme, but resembles Andrea Tirali's Palazzo Manfrin. A hefty cornice confines the terminating mezzanine.
The palace is property of the Trentinaglia De Daverio family. Interior decoration is conserved.
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Venice architecture - palaces