A marvelous fenestration is represented by the XV Century four-light window that, if possible, acquire more splendor when admired from the internal side of the building.
Only here it’s possible to perceive the perfect proportions, the skillfully embossed capitals, the columns of this Quadrifora which represents one of the most beautiful examples of the Gothic style in Venice.
The Francesco Molon furnishings are integrated in natural way in the living room, where several examples of original furniture coexist side by side in perfect harmony with the splendid 18th-century reproduction pieces in Louis XV style, magnificently carved and decorated.
At the entrance stands an imposing 5m long table, inlaid in Charles Boulle manner, where can be Accommodated up to 14 diners.
The room is Truly beautiful especially thanks to the large window who favors the incoming of the famous Venetian light and its magical embrace.Even in the adjoining rooms (the study, the large library and the various lounges and dining rooms) the furnishings are purely of a classic nineteenth-century taste and of excellent workmanship, and blend with the baroque environments of Palazzo Ca Bernardo.