Position, prestige and panorama: the joy of life in Venice.
This blend of signature qualities set Palazzo Garzoni Moro an architectural jewel in the heart of the Grand Canal – apart.
Palazzo Garzoni Moro dates back to the mid 15th century.
Over two hundred windows with enchanting views of Venice enrich the Palazzo’ Late Gothic façade, accentuating its luminosity.
An attentive and sympathetic restoration emanates from every detail.
Venetian character emerges through the use of traditional Venetian surfaces finishes such as terrazzo flooring, and marble and fine wood features that are elegantly showcased against a contemporary approach to living aimed at offering its residents an incomparable quality of life.
Here you can find Margraf work: a modern restyling of the bathroom areas, covered with marbles such as New Calacatta, Fior di Pesco Carnico, Emperador Dark, laid book-matched according to ancient traditions.
- .Architect: Studio Motterle
- .Place: Venice, Italy
- .Marble used: Fior di Pesco Carnico, New Calacatta, Emperador Dark