Mid-16th Century

Architect Vincenzo Seregni


Inspired by the Mannerist style of Bartolomeo Ammannati, it features a stucco facade modelled to resemble ashlar masonry and interspersed with pilasters with Ionic and Corinthian capitals. The ground floor is separated from the upper floor by a stringcourse decorated with grotesque masks and interwoven plant motifs.


Private building.