Wedding in Treviso
Built in the second half of the 16th century, the villa is a beautiful and untouched example of renaissance architectural balance. The enormous 16th century complex in Palladian style is structured with a central main building which proceeds on both sides into portico wings.
The “Barchesse”, typical villa’s arcaded wings, complete the structure and frame an “Italian” style garden. In the 18th century the main facade underwent restructuring to become what it is today, with enormous half columns in ionic style, lateral loggias with large terraces on top.