Palazzo Grassi

One of the most important building in Venice, facing the the Grand Canal

Restoration & Refurbishment
  • Venice, Italy
  • Restoration & Refurbishment
  • Completed


  • Erected in 1772
  • 4 floors
  • more than 10.000 art works


Palazzo Grassi was built in 1772 and is now famous because it was considered the last patrician palace on the Grand Canal before the collapse of the Serenissima Republic of Venice. It now contains one of the most extensive and impressive collections in the world of modern and contemporary art.

Its restoration and refurbishment works were completed by Sacaim through the employment of cutting-edge techniques and materials that brought the imposing structure to its original grandeur, as the true Grassi family’s status-symbol.

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