The palace is composed by five floors and a basement in which we can find cellars of various sizes. The facade can be divided in a lower part, the ground floor, characterized by the typical florentine finish with regular elements in ashlar; on top of that, there’s the remaining part of the building, in plaster. These sections are separated by a more projecting moulding compared with the outline’s construction and they’re enriched with some balconies on the first floor.
The openings are distinguished in each floor by regular cornices in stone and, on the first floor, they’re dominated by triangular ornamental elements. All the window fixtures are in wood and they’re all provided with roller blinds in wood as well. The buildings’ facade towards the courtyard are characterized by wide glass windows that give unicity to the common interiors and guarantee an excellent illumination and ventilation. The building is accessible from two different entrances located respectively in Cavour Street and in Micheli Street, where there are two staircases and two lifts that serve the different floors.
Cavour in numbers
Apartments and Attic
Basement, first floor, Attic
Average apartments surface
Partner nella progettazione d’interni
Partner nella fase di vendita dei locali
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